Library Based Dissertation In this exclusive Q&A Brian Bauer, Boeing Commercial Airplane’s product development estimating manager, answers questions about his models for leadership, integrating his faith and vocation, and dealing with conflict. He also tells us what he loves about airplanes.
In this exclusive interview, Seattle-based professional portrait photographer John Keatley discusses his work with a diverse group of clients and celebrities around the world. Among the topics Keatley touches on are the ethics of portraiture, balancing his professional and personal lives, using business to serve the marginalized, and integrating his faith and work. Learn more at his blog and follow him on Twitter.
Steve Reinemund is dean of Wake Forest University's two business schools and former CEO of Pepsico. In this interview, Al Erisman (executive-in-residence in the School of Business and Economics at Seattle Pacific University) spoke with Steve about what's happened recently to business leaders — and how we can fix it.
CIB director John Terrill and CIB intern Donovan Richards spoke with Kendra VanderMeulen, president of Seattle Christian Foundation, about generosity, trends in giving, and what it means to have "more than enough."
CIB director John Terrill and CIB intern Donovan Richards sat down with Christian Kar, Laura Walker, and Matt Weissenborn from Silver Cup Coffee to discuss shifting business frameworks - including a trend toward generosity on a global scale - and Silver Cup's newest venture, The One Cup Project.
CIB director John Terrill recently interviewed Ryan Peterson, 2006 SPU graduate, mobile technology blogger, entrepreneur, and director of Kiros Seattle. Read excerpts from their conversation, including Peterson's thoughts on how entrepreneurs in start-up situations think about success and failure.
CIB Director John Terrill interviews William Messenger, Haddon Robinson, and Randy Kilgore about their Theology of Work Project and its mission to bring the resources of the Christian faith to bear on the major issues of work.
Micheal Flaherty, co-founder and president of Walden Media, spent two days at Seattle Pacific in May 2010. Walden has produced movie adaptations of books such as Holes, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and Amazing Grace.
Bill Pollard, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of The ServiceMaster Company, focused his comments on the purpose of business and the virtue of profit.
Bonnie Wurzbacher shares insights from her position as senior vice president of Global Customer Leadership at The Coca-Cola Company, where she leads the global business of a $1.5 billion portfolio of retail customers.