• Six Ways to "Re-Think" Now (Part II)

    The COVID-19 crisis has now persisted since the start of the year and looks to be going through various permutations rather than abruptly ending. Meanwhile, there are promising signs of vaccines on the horizon, but not coming to the rescue soon. People and companies are adjusting and innovating as best they can. But not all can and will survive. Long-standing institutions have already perished in the COVID-19 wasteland. Some will be able to bounce back; others not. The COVID-19 situation has caused us to think, to actually re-think, various aspects of our present situation to sort out how to survive. Here are six areas to rethink. read more
  • Six Ways to "Re-Think" Now (Part I)

    The COVID-19 crisis has now persisted since the start of the year and looks to be going through various permutations rather than abruptly ending. Meanwhile, there are promising signs of vaccines on the horizon, but not coming to the rescue soon. People and companies are adjusting and innovating as best they can. But not all can and will survive. Long-standing institutions have already perished in the COVID-19 wasteland. Some will be able to bounce back; others not. The COVID-19 situation has caused us to think, to actually re-think, various aspects of our present situation to sort out how to survive. Here are six areas to rethink. read more
  • ELO Webinar: So-Young Kang on "Lessons on Innovation in the Digital Economy"

    On Wednesday, August 12th, 2020 ELO hosted So-Young Kang in a webinar and Q&A discussing “Lessons on Innovation in the Digital Economy”. This was the 6th ELO Webinar in a series over the past few months. read more
  • NEWS RELEASE: ELO Launches Peer Advisory Groups for Christian Business Leaders

    ELO is pleased to announce that it is launching a new, technology-driven model of peer advisory groups for Christian business leaders. read more
  • The Value of Cross-Cultural Fluency & Understanding The Family Business (Part IX)

    NOTE: This is Part IX of a series of blog posts related to cross-cultural fluency and the family business. Over a series of blog posts, I have proposed and explained a Cross-Cultural Fluency Model with six factors that highlight differences between the Dominant Culture and various Subcultures. The intent is to identify similarities among the Subcultures which then enhances understanding in terms of how professional advisors—whether in the financial, legal or other sectors—working with them. How does one become cross-culturally fluent? read more