The Crowell School of Business (CSB) asked Wes Wasson, 89’, CEO and Co-Founder of DreamStart Labs, to provide an update on his business activities – and to talk about how he integrates his faith at work.
Kayla Harrington is a student in the Crowell School of Business at Biola University. She led her team, White Elephant Post, to the first-place finish in the inaugural Biola Startup Competition. In this post, she shares her thoughts about her experience.
In today's blog post, Dr. Nick Sherwin, Associate Professor of Management, shares some personal experiences that demonstrate the impact that misguided cost control may have on a company's competitive advantage.
Biblically Responsible Investing (BRI) is a growing movement among Christian investors and investment firms, with significant potential for cultural impact. BRI is an investing approach that seeks to ensure that a Christian is investing in a way that is consistent with the moral standards of the Bible.
At the Advisory Board meeting of the Biola Startup Competition, Ruth Lopez Novodor, CEO of Beverly Oncology and Imaging (BOI) Medical Group, Inc., shared her passion for entrepreneurship, especially in light of the launch of the Biola Startup Competition. We asked her to articulate these thoughts for the Crowell School of Business blog. Here they are.