Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas without Jesus. New Article on Deseret News

I’ve published a new article with Deseret News “Christmas without Jesus.”

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Call for Proposals Society of Biblical Literature National Conference 2015

Teaching is a core activity of the Biblical Studies professors.  We are interested in learning from your experiences.  I’m the chair of the SBL section Academic Teaching and Biblical Studies and we are sponsoring four session in 2015.   We welcome … Continue reading

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Between the Testaments: An Invitation to Explore the Intertestamental Time Period

My scripture studies article “Between the Testaments: An Invitation to Explore the Intertestamental Time Period.”  Quote from the opening paragraph: “Have you ever turned the page from the last words of Malachi to the first utterances of Matthew? Go ahead. … Continue reading

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Establishing Communities of Innovation

New insights about establishing Communities of Innovation from the BYU Creativity, Innovation, and Design group.

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The real 12 days of Christmas and why April 6 is a religiously significant date

My new column on the Deseret News, “The real 12 days of Christmas and why April 6 is a religiously significant date.“

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Innovation Alumni Spotlight: Jed Morely, Jump Associates

“Strategy. Ambiguity. Creativity. These elements blend seamlessly in the unique services of Jump Associates, a strategy firm that combines the analytical rigor of management consulting firms, like McKinsey, and the creativity of design firms, like IDEO, to create new businesses for … Continue reading

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Got Skills? Why Online Competency-Based Education Is the Disruptive Innovation for Higher Education

What is the future of Higher Education?  Prescient insights from Michelle Wiese of the Clayton Christensen Institute.  “Got Skills? Why Online Competency-Based Education Is the Disruptive Innovation for Higher Education.“

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