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The Tension Between Knowing And Doing, C. William Pollard Nov 1996

The Tension Between Knowing And Doing, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Delivered at Seattle Pacific University and geared primarily for business students, this speech addresses the question of whether God and profit mix.


Speech At Wheaton College Chapel, C. William Pollard Oct 1996

Speech At Wheaton College Chapel, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at a Wheaton College chapel address, Pollard reflects on how the marketplace can be considered a place for fruitful ministry.


The Soul Of The Firm (Mechanicsburg, Pa), C. William Pollard Oct 1996

The Soul Of The Firm (Mechanicsburg, Pa), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech delivered at Messiah College (Mechanicsburg, PA), Pollard elucidates his theory concerning the "soul of the firm," which is most easily defined as the people who work for the organization. In light of this, he defines corporate leadership as essentially a form of service, a means by which the manager serves the greater good of the individuals who make up the larger organization.


Strategic Planning, Church Of The Nazarene, C. William Pollard Sep 1996

Strategic Planning, Church Of The Nazarene, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

This document is an outline of an address delivered at a strategic planning meeting for the Church of the Nazarene. In it Pollard considers the changing landscape of American Christianity and discusses what might be required for the Church's future development.


The Soul Of The Firm (Nairobi, Kenya), C. William Pollard Mar 1996

The Soul Of The Firm (Nairobi, Kenya), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this speech at the Daystar Symposium (Nairobi, Kenya), Pollard notes that whereas the "theory of the firm" is often defined by the objective goal of maximizing profit, the "soul of the firm" should be considered the people the organization employs. Corporate success, therefore, requires that profit be considered alongside the development of character.


Thinking Like Jesus, C. William Pollard Mar 1996

Thinking Like Jesus, C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

In this chapel address at Daystar University's Athi River campus (Kenya), Pollard urges students to "think like Jesus" by adopting an incarnational, service-oriented lifestyle.


Who Are You And What Do You Want? (Nairobi, Kenya), C. William Pollard Mar 1996

Who Are You And What Do You Want? (Nairobi, Kenya), C. William Pollard

C. William Pollard Papers

Speaking at Daystar University's Athi River Campus, Pollard addresses the question of vocation. Rather than simply being synonymous with 'career,' he contends that vocation is the specific way one is called to actualize faith in daily life.

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