September 18, 2019
We’ve been hearing for years of the impending “death of retail.” Now, retailers are having to find creative, innovative solutions to gain customer’s attention. One way that is happening is through retail innovation labs.
Retailers use labs to discover new ideas, partnerships, and collaborations to meet consumer demands and industry challenges. Well-known brands such as Coca-Cola, Ikea, and Home Depot are using labs to come up with innovative solutions that will make them stand out within their industries.
These labs allow retailers to test out forward-thinking concepts before introducing them in stores, potentially saving wasted money on a bad idea. One form of a retail lab is an experimental store that companies create to exclusively test out new concepts. These stores make it easier to focus on a new idea than in an existing environment.
Cedarville University offers an online M.B.A. with a concentration in Innovation and Entrepreneurship that is preparing professionals to meet these demands of a changing retail landscape. With an M.B.A. in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, you’ll explore the intersection of design, innovation, creativity, entrepreneurship, and sustainable business modeling to develop a leadership mindset to solve the complex opportunities in today’s demanding marketplace.
Posted in MBA
June 11, 2019
Science and religion are like oil and water — they just don’t mix. You have to choose: You can either love God or love science, right? Wrong. That's what skeptics want you to believe, but we don’t have to choose between our faith and science. Dr. Dan DeWitt, Associate Professor of Applied Theology, shares 6 reasons why Christianity is not only compatible with science, it is foundational.Read More »
Posted in Apologetics MMin
June 4, 2019
There are many arguments for the existence of God. Perhaps one of the most famous — and most often misunderstood — is the ontological argument. Dr. J.R. Gilhooly, Assistant Professor of Theology at Cedarville University, explains this argument in the video below.
Unlike most arguments that start with an observation about the world and work back to a Creator, the ontological argument starts with the idea that based on the meaning of the word “God,” there has to be a God. There are many ways to make this argument but the simplest way is this: If it’s possible that God exists, then God exists.
As Christians, we should know and understand that there are good, sound arguments for God’s existence and be prepared to explain them to our skeptical friends.
Watch the video below for more with Dr. Gilhooly.
Posted in Apologetics MMin