May 24, 2010| 2

Business and Global Poverty: Aid-Centric to Trade-Centric

Is the fight against global poverty making a much-needed paradigm shift from being aid-centric to trade-centric (i.e., business-centric)? None other than the “front man”  for global poverty – Bono, of U2 fame – seems to now be saying as much, as witnessed by his recent Op-Ed in the New York Times. After completing his recent […]

May 13, 2010| 0

Blackberrys, Donuts, and Rethinking Shareholder Value

Harvard Business Review in its Jan/Feb 2010 issue published an illuminating article by Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. In The Age of Customer Capitalism, Martin argues that companies that make shareholder value their top priority often don’t do as well as companies that focus first on satisfying […]

April 23, 2010| 0

Life in the Intersection: Reflections on Business in the Way of Jesus

Biblical Texts:  Genesis 28:10-22 and John 1:43-51 [Presented by Uli Chi at Seattle Pacific University’s chapel service, April 13, 2010] I was always a bit of geek growing up.  I was the kid who read advanced math and physics books in junior high when others were doing more age-appropriate things.  If you had met me […]

April 13, 2010| 2

A Tribute to Dr. Al Greene: Foundations for Integrity in Business

Doing business based on the principles of the Kingdom of God starts with a biblical worldview, and I gained my foundational understanding of that from Al Greene.