Welcome to Transform: Regent University Journal of Kingdom Business. This journal provides articles written by Kingdom Research Fellows on various topics designed to increase knowledge and understanding of Kingdom Business. Research Fellows are Regent University students from varied backgrounds who are passionate about transforming people and nations through business.
Transform: Regent University Journal of Kingdom Business is published in electronic format and provides access to all issues free of charge.
Andrew T. Babyak
The purpose of this study was to investigate the current status of self-directed learning by SME leaders in Senegal, West Africa, and then to identify some of the human resource development (HRD) implications. Read More
Until recent years, the effectiveness of Kingdom Business has been difficult to assess. Those who used “business as mission” as their business model had no way to gauge if their morals and beliefs coupled with sound business practices were effective. Read More
Milwaukee is the largest city in the state of Wisconsin. Like many cities, neighborhoods in the urban core are lacking basic services and necessities for those who live there. Read More
Bernadette M Colbert
The country of Haiti has endured much in the last several years. Despite sharing the island of Hispaniola, it remains one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere. Read More
As with personal relationships, establishing trust is the cornerstone of business relationships. Global trade demands establishing trustworthy relationships. Read More