Business & Technology
The faculty at CCU’s School of Business and Leadership are more than highly educated – they are experienced. Colorado Christian University offers multiple educational paths to a business career including the MBA graduate program as well as Business Administration, Finance, International Business and Management undergraduate degrees. As a student in CCU’s business degree programs you’ll receive personal attention from professors sharing their skills and training to challenge you to become the business leader you envision. Admissions to business undergraduate programs are not the same as CCU’s MBA admissions – so be careful you’re applying correctly when you apply!
Yes, there is a leadership crisis caused by the absence of moral truth, which starts at the top in our country. Governmental leaders including the President, senators, representatives and local officials lack moral truth. The President is a driving force behind abortion rights, he supports homosexual marriage and his administration has increased the public debt [...]Read the rest of this entry »
In 1990, Peter Senge wrote the first edition of The Fifth Discipline: The Art & Practice of the Learning Organization. Whether or not he was ‘inspired’ from above (I think he was), he took Deming’s idea that the “prevailing system of management” was broken and needed to be transformed. Like Deming, Senge believed in 1990 [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Many of our nation’s corporate leaders are talking the talk but are they really walking the talk? Public/government, organizational and faith-based leaders are struggling to stand fast in the light of core values in a time where the distinction between good and bad, right and wrong are a matter of opinion and morals have become [...]Read the rest of this entry »
From students in the classrooms to business professionals in the boardroom, everyone appears to be “staying in the know” using their PDAs and iPhones. Although social technology and collaborative software advancements continue to evolve, leadership practices, on the other hand, appear to be stuck in the epistemic mire of the transactional-transformational charismatic preaching caveat emptor [...]Read the rest of this entry »
Principle 2 – Promises are to be kept; keep your word, tell the truth, be honest in all things (dishonesty cannot be tolerated within the company or in outside relationships, as it is ultimately destructive) There are a couple of parts to this belief: First is keeping promises. Again, a principle that seems easy enough, [...]Read the rest of this entry »