Inside the Boardroom
Inside The Boardroom®
Over the course of its history, Inside The Boardroom® from the Carlson School of Management has been known for providing an inside look at the experiences that shape leaders at some of the nation’s best companies.
Inside The Boardroom® will showcases executives and speakers from various events and conferences that the Carlson School produces. Released on a monthly basis, the podcast highlights individuals who exemplify an integrative leadership style - the kinds of leaders whose success is built on a foundation of core business principles as well as knowledge from other disciplines, such as education, government partnership, social responsibility, technology, and communications.
EPISODE 10 - FEBRUARY 2021
Joe Nayquonabe - CEO, Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures
Joe Nayquonabe, CEO of Mille Lacs Corporate Ventures, discussed his business philosophy, the growth of Mille Lacs Band's business portfolios, and the connection to his community. Nayquonabe, '11 MBA, spoke during the Carlson School of Management's virtual 1st Tuesday event.
EPISODE 9 - DECEMBER 2020
Kweilin Ellingrud - Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
Kweilin Ellingrud, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company, spoke about women in the workplace and improving diversity and inclusion during the Carlson School of Management's virtual 1st Tuesday event at the University of Minnesota.
EPISODE 8 - NOVEMBER 2020
Andy Cecere - CEO and President, US Bancorp
US Bancorp CEO and President Andy Cecere talks about banking and disruption – specifically, how technology, money movement, and competition have driven changes to banking in recent years.
EPISODE 7 - OCTOBER 2020
Jude Bricker - CEO, Sun Country Airlines
Jude Bricker, CEO of Sun Country Airlines, talks about some of the challenges that his company and the airline industry at large faces during this pandemic - including Sun Country's shift to cargo flights. Bricker spoke during the Carlson School of Management's virtual 1st Tuesday event.
EPISODE 6 - SEPTEMBER 2020
Tony Dungy - Former NFL Head Coach
Tony Dungy, the first African-American NFL head coach to lead his team to a Super Bowl championship, shares the importance of goals, integrity, discipline, and overcoming adversity during the Carlson School of Management's virtual 1st Tuesday. Dungy is a 1978 graduate of the University of Minnesota's business school, and former head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts.
EPISODE 5 - AUGUST 2020
Craig Samitt, President and CEO, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota
Craig Samitt, the President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, discussed the future of the health care industry and its impact on consumers during the Carlson School of Management's virtual 1st Tuesday event.
EPISODE 4 - MAY 2020
Whit Alexander, Marcelo Montero, Christine Sovereign
Whit Alexander, Chief Transformation, Innovation and Membership Officer at Best Buy, Marcelo Montero, V.P. Strategy & Growth Ventures, Protein & Salt at Cargill, Inc., and Christine Sovereign, Senior Managing Director at Accenture joined Carlson School of Management's Dean Sri Zaheer for a virtual 1st Tuesday event. The panel of business leaders discussed strategy, leadership, and adaptation in a post-social distancing world.
EPISODE 3 - MARCH 2020
Diana Nelson - Former Board Chair, Carlson Companies
Carlson School of Management Dean Sri Zaheer talks with Diana L. Nelson, former board chair of Carlson Companies, about Nelson's tenure, how the company has evolved, and her family's legacy. Nelson and Zaheer spoke during the Carlson School's 1st Tuesday event at the University of Minnesota.
EPISODE 2 - MARCH 2020
Mike Roman - Chairman of the Board and CEO of 3M
Mike Roman, Chairman of the Board and CEO of 3M, discusses the work at 3M and what the future holds for the Minnesota-based science and technology company. Roman spoke at the Carlson School of Management's 1st Tuesday event at the University of Minnesota.
EPISODE 1 - FEBRUARY 2020
Joan T.A. Gabel - President, University of Minnesota
Joan T.A. Gabel discusses the current state of higher education, funding for the University of Minnesota, and what the future for the university looks like. She spoke during the Carlson School of Management's 1st Tuesday event.