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Michael Landry Michael Landry

Professor of Marketing and Supply Chain Management | Northeastern State University

Tahlequah, OK, UNITED STATES

Experienced, enaging, entertaining business professor on marketing, public relations, career advancement.

Industry Expertise (2)

Public Relations and Communications

Professional Training and Coaching

Areas of Expertise (2)

Marketing Your Most Important Product: You

Social Media Writing

Accomplishments (3)

Professor, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma (professional)

Teach classes in marketing and supply chain management. Coordinate supply chain management major in the College of Business and Technology. Do research in marketing and business history. Authored or co-authored articles for Essays in Economic and Business History; the Journal of Macromarketing; the Journal of Radio Studies; the Journal of Transportation, Law, Logistics and Policy, the Journal of Public Policy and Marketing; Michigan History; Transportation Quarterly, and Business Horizons.

Broadcaster (professional)

Radio station operations manager, announcer, talk show host, newscaster, cable television news reporter and anchor in Colorado, Missouri, Michigan, Illinois, and Florida.

Journalist (professional)

Reporter for KWFC, Springfield, Missouri (1974-1977); Tri-Lakes Newspapers, Branson, Missouri; Pueblo Star-Journal, Pueblo, Colorado.

Education (3)

University of Arkansas: Ph.D., Marketing with emphasis in transportation/logistics 1999

Colorado State University-Pueblo: MBA, Business 1994

Michigan State University: Bachelor of Arts, Television-Radio 1971

Affiliations (1)

  • Northeastern State University, Oklahoma

Event Appearances (14)

"The Customer Is Always Right – What Happens When Things Go Wrong?”

Muskogee Success Expo  Muskogee, Oklahoma

2013-05-14

“The Lurking First Amendment Time Bomb of Kasky v. Nike: Are You Defending Your Business Or Are You Advertising?”

Annual Conference of Atlantic Marketing Association  Williamsburg, Virginia

2012-09-28

Developing a Sales Force

Streetwise Steps to Small Business Growth of Small Business Administration  Northeastern State University, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Campus

2012-08-16

General Marketing Principles

Streetwise Steps to Small Business Growth of Small Business Association  Northeastern State University Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Campus

2012-07-12

"Setting Up a Home-based Business"

Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center workshop  Cherokee Nation Headquarters, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

2011-03-22

“Marketing a Home-based Business”

Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center workshop  Cherokee Nation Headquarters, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

2011-03-22

“Branding a Home-based Business”

Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center workshop  Cherokee Nation headquarters, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

2011-03-24

“Don’t Advertise Your Business, Publicize It”

Regular Lunch and Learn series for area businesses  Rogers State University, Claremore, Oklahoma

2011-03-08

“What You Know – Taking it to the Next Level: Creativity, Entrepreneurship, and the Next Big Thing”

Art of Creativity and Innovation series sponsored by RiverHawk Center for Creativity and Innovation  Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

2011-03-07

“Small Business Public Relations”

Cherokee Nation Certified Indian-owned Business Fair   Catoosa, Oklahoma

2010-11-09

“Native American Marketing”

Cherokee Nation Certified Indian-owned Business Fair  Catoosa, Oklahoma

2010-11-09

“Branding Your Home-Based Business”

Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center workshop  Cherokee Nation headquarters, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

2010-04-06

“Marketing Your Home-Based Business"

Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center workshop  Cherokee Nation headquarters, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

2010-03-02

“Setting Up Your Home-Based Business”

Cherokee Nation Small Business Assistance Center workshop  Cherokee Nation headquarters, Tahlequah, Oklahoma

Sample Talks (2)

By Carrier Pigeon or Social Media: Writing Must Get Results

Whether its a news release or an ad, no matter the medium, writing must inform, persuade, sell, affect, captivate, sell, reach, move, encourage, and engage. And it needst to sell, too. Whether for the eye or for the ear, good writing gets results. I show how.

The Customer Is Always Right -- What Happens When Things Go Wrong?

How do we orient ourselves toward the market? What happens when we fail? What happens when we mess things up bigtime? This talk puts you in the position of the customer and shows how to turn around a bad situation.

Style

Availability

  • Keynote
  • Moderator
  • Panelist
  • Workshop Leader
  • Host/MC
  • Corporate Training

Fees

0 to 1000 *Will consider certain engagements for no fee