Off The Clock is a new business podcast produced by the Norm Brodsky College of Business at Rider University for 107.7 The Bronc.
Go Off The Clock with Dean Gene Kutcher every Saturday at 9 a.m., on 107.7 The Bronc for candid and meaningful conversations with Rider business students, faculty and alumni dedicated to timely topics related to the world of business and get to see one business Bronc student win big in the Off the Clock game.
Whether you’re interested in best practices for career development, an exploration of Entrepreneurial Mindset, or a deep dive into what’s happening inside and outside the Brodsky Business classroom, join our Off The Clock conversation Saturday mornings at 9 exclusively on 107.7 The Bronc.
Don’t have time to listen live? Don’t worry! Schedule time on your calendar to listen to our new Off The Clock podcast on your favorite podcasting platform. Click any of the links on the right of this page to listen.
Visit the Rider University website for more information about Norm Brodsky College of Business, its undergraduate and graduate programs, certificates, departments, faculty and staff. Email email@example.com to reach out to our producer.
Meet the Host and Producer
(Host) Dr. Gene Kutcher is the Dean of the Norm Brodsky College of Business at Rider University. Kutcher joined Rider in 2007 as a member of the Management Department, and served as department chair before assuming the college dean role in September 2019. He serves as the advisor to DAARSTOC and is a faculty brother of Delta Sigma Pi, the co-ed business fraternity. In 2013, he received Rider’s Distinguished Teaching Award, an annual award that recognizes faculty teaching excellence. His areas of scholarly expertise include employee engagement, talent acquisition, and work family dynamics. Kutcher graduated from Rutgers University with a double major in business management and psychology. He went on to receive a master’s from Montclair State University and a doctorate from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University — both in industrial and organizational psychology. His favorite parts of being a faculty member and administrator in higher education has been the chance to develop and connect with students, and learn from the expertise of his colleagues. He is grateful to have these in a career, and extra grateful that it can translate into a podcast. When off the clock (for real), he lives in Mount Laurel, NJ with his wife and four children. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.