Call it the “intestinal computer.” Our inward parts—guts, heart and internal organs—are knit together with our moral sensibilities, so that we feel it in our gut when we have to make a tough choice.
Playing it safe for the sake of a career is like staying behind in the dark, a sure path to stumbling.
The challenge in business dealings is the same as the challenge of walking in faithfulness—to stay true to the one who sent us. That is a pretty good definition of integrity.
Dr. Gerhard Steinke, Ph.D., CISSP October 20, 2013 During discussion in a recent workshop on Management as a Liberal Art: Insights from Peter Drucker, Our Christian Faith and the Practice of Management, there was also discussion about leadership as “doing the right things.” Managing a project and leading a group of people involves more than […]
Like people, businesses seem to have a life of their own. But do they somehow participate in the resurrection life we experience through our faith?