ELO Blog - Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Meaning

The purpose of this blog is to offer a Christian perspective on various approaches to innovation and entrepreneurship, leadership and meaning at work from around the world. We review the perspectives of leading thinkers and business people as expressed through their writings or by way of direct interviews.

The ELO Blog additionally highlights key ELO events, interviews and initiatives to support ELO’s vision to be the world’s premier resource for the executive education and training of Christian marketplace and entrepreneurial leaders.


  • Oxford ELO Leadership Program Announced for 2023!

    ELO is excited to announce that the 4th annual Oxford Leadership Program will take place from August 13th – 19th, 2023, and that the host site is again Christ Church College, one of Oxford’s most famous colleges! To learn about the program, read more
    Categories: Oxford
  • News Release: Peter G. Hall, Leading Canadian Economist, to Speak at ELO Forum in Winnipeg

    ELO is pleased to announce that Peter Hall, Chief Economist at econosphere inc., will speak at the ELO Forum in Winnipeg on November 1st, 2022. To find out about Peter and the ELO Forums, read more
  • News Release: Bobby Gruenewald to Speak at ELO Forum in Vancouver

    ELO is pleased to announce that Bobby Gruenewald, Pastor and Innovation Leader, Life.Church, Oklahoma, USA, will speak at the ELO Forum in Vancouver on November 15th, 2022. Bobby is the founder and CEO of the YouVersion Bible App. To find out about Bobby and the ELO Forums, read more
  • News Release: Dato Dr. Kim Tan to Speak at ELO Forum in Vancouver

     ELO is pleased to announce that Dato Dr. Kim Tan, based in London, UK, will be a speaker at this year’s ELO Forum Vancouver on November 15th, 2022. To learn about Dr. Tan and the ELO Forums, read more
  • Sir Andrew Pollard Interview & The Oxford Vaccine Story of Innovation (Part II)

    In early 2020 prognostications regarding the nascent COVID-19 pandemic were dire. There was tremendous pressure to come up with a vaccine—now! One mathematical modeler confided to Sir Andrew Pollard, Director, Oxford Vaccine Group, University of Oxford: "People you know will be dead by the summer if we let this go.” Looking back, Sir Andrew noted that “this really did wake me up to the urgency of the problem.” To find out about this story of innovation, read more
    Categories: Oxford