We've compiled some of our favorite resources for you to explore. These are the things we listen to, read, and engage with and we think you'll love them too.
Entrepreneurship course @ Biola LEARN
We are developing an Entrepreneurship Certificate program for aspiring innovators that are seeking to learn about the nuts and bolts of innovation and entrepreneurship in a more formalized way. The courses are easy to follow, engaging, and help you grow as an entrepreneur.
"Entrepreneurs are significant drivers for our economy and spur innovation across industries. Congratulations to Biola University on their commitment to the Certificate Program on Entrepreneurship that will prepare students to succeed and prosper as entrepreneurs and leaders in the future. Students will receive a tremendous benefit as they develop and perfect their own skills. "
— Dan Cathy, Chairman and CEO at Chick-fil-A, Inc.
Praxis Academy is a community of next-generation entrepreneurs, builders and creatives pursuing redemptive action. For the last 4 years, we have hosted Praxis Academy on Biola's campus. Many of our most successful leaders have attended Praxis and found it to be incredibly edifying.
“So this is what it means to ‘change the world’. At Praxis, I saw living examples of people who don't accept brokenness as it is, but rather look to redeem society and culture through their actions.”
— Sarah Hartono, sophomore business student/graphic design minor
Office of Innovation Blog
- How Biblically-Grounded Values Can Help Shape Christian Innovators
- Why Every Entrepreneur Must Be An Innovator
- Everyone Can Be an Entrepreneur
- Harvard Business Review Entrepreneur’s Handbook: Everything You Need to Launch and Grow Your New Business
- Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Peter Drucker
- The Art of the Start 2.0: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything by Guy Kawasaki
- Get Backed: Craft Your Story, Build the Perfect Pitch Deck, and Launch the Venture of Your Dreams by Evan Baehr Evan Loomis
- The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don't Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber