Where do business theory and theological commitment meet business practice? What happens when the demands of the marketplace conflict with faithful service? The Center for Integrity in Business is home to an array of scholarship inspired by Another Way of Doing Business, the unique business-as-service philosophy championed at SPU’s School of Business, Government, and Economics. Through ongoing scholarly research, CIB staff, associates, and friends are bringing a fresh focus on the integration of faith and integrity in the world of business.
Denise Daniels, PhD
Professor of Management; Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies
Denise Daniels earned her PhD from the University of Washington, where she studied Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management. Her work has been published in numerous academic and professional journals, and she has three times been named the SBGE Scholar of the Year. Her scholarly interests lie primarily in the areas of the meaning of work, Sabbath, leadership, and motivation. Dr. Daniels regularly consults and provides executive coaching services in the area of leadership development. In addition, she has provided training workshops on a variety of organizational topics, including motivation, decision making, workforce retention, and managing diversity. Select clients include Microsoft, Group Health Cooperative, Millennial Resources, the University of Washington, Moss Adams, and Clark Nuber.
Read an interview (PDF) with Dr. Daniels about her thoughts on faith and work, Sabbath-keeping, key principles of business leadership, women in the workplace, and more.