Planning. To some a four letter word. To others, an activity that never happens in their organization. In this episode, Dave and Justin discuss what planning has been, is today, and should be tomorrow using the metaphor of the body.
Tired of inauthentic and annoying marketing? You and us both. In this episode, Dave and Justin discuss the evolving nature of marketing (it’s social!), how it should be approached (humans at the center!), and what Paul told the Corinthians (keep it real, yo!).
What the heck is Big Data? And what does it have to do with faith & business? In this episode, Dave and Justin define Big Data, give pragmatic examples of its use in various capacities, and draw a parallel back to Paul in the New Testament.
In this episode, Dave and Justin discuss how we solve problems better together. They approach the topic from a wide variety of angles and contrast the Old Testament approach (rigid and hierarchical) with the New Testament ideal (agile and connected as a body).
Dave and Justin discuss how organizations perform better when they do it together. In the industrial age, we were told that humans were a means to a well-defined (manufactured good) end. In the knowledge age, humans control the means of production and that production is better when combined with others.
Dave and Justin explore the role of sharing in a professional environment. Topics ranging from industrial evolutions to the “sharing economy” as well as the duality of our nature (sometimes we share sometimes we hoard) are discussed along with the biblical grounding of sharing found in Acts 4.
As a continuation of the “We’re Better Together” series, in this episode, Dave and Justin tackle the topic of “Serving Others” within a professional environment. From Dave’s “lemon” car experience in his formative years to service design and organizational structure, the duo paints a picture of how serving others leads to powerful outcomes similar to what we see in 1 Corinthians 12.
Have you ever noticed that the very best ideas and innovation tend to come from efforts that include more than just you? You may have also noticed that it’s painful at times to truly collaborate with others. In this episode, David and Justin discuss the “Synergy of Teams” and dive into the complex topic of collaboration as viewed through a Biblical lens.