October 23, 2013| 0

Management and employees à la Peter Drucker

Dr. Gerhard Steinke, Ph.D., CISSP October 18, 2013 Joe Maciariello, Director of Research at the Drucker Institute, worked with Peter Drucker and knew him well. Joe spoke at Management as a Liberal Art: Insights from Peter Drucker, Our Christian Faith and the Practice of Management, a workshop held the day before the Christian Business Faculty […]

August 16, 2010| 0

A New Measure for Social Responsible Investing

In our last blog we indicated that we may need to revisit the criteria that are often utilized for social responsible investing. As an alternative, we suggest a baseline decision criterion for investment and purchasing decisions that must first meet the threshold of human flourishing. Of the myriad of choices before us, are the investments […]

June 3, 2010| 0

Investing and Saving for Human Flourishing: A Different Way of Thinking about “Giving Back”

How many of us have considered the question: How can our investment/savings decisions play a significant role in shaping the world to be more like God has envisioned it to be? What if our investment/savings decisions incorporated a desire to proactively address issues of global poverty as part of a business being considered successful? Microfinance […]

January 20, 2010| 0

Building to Last: The Eternal Impact of Our Earthly Work

Good and Dirty Work by John Terrill On Discovery Channel’s popular show, Dirty Jobs, Mike Rowe, the star and narrator, travels the United States serving in some of the most back-breaking, grungiest jobs one could ever imagine – jobs few of us would ever consider taking, even for one week. Some of his assignments have […]