Y2K: The Millennium Bug (Resource Guide)
Author Shaunti Feldhahn offers an invaluable management tool to pastors, ministry leaders, and directors of Christian nonprofit organizations and businesses to help them prepare for the potential Y2K computer crisis. Y2K: The Millennium Bug Resource Guide follows up on Feldhahn's...
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Author Shaunti Feldhahn offers an invaluable management tool to pastors, ministry leaders, and directors of Christian nonprofit organizations and businesses to help them prepare for the potential Y2K computer crisis. Y2K: The Millennium Bug Resource Guide follows up on Feldhahn's original bestselling book with expert counsel from national Y2K consultants and three in-depth case studies that show how a business, church, and ministry are readying for January 1, 2000. The guide helps leaders assess and address their organizations' Y2K vulnerabilities and strategic opportunities. It also shows Christian leaders how to glorify God by ministering to those who depend on them.
January 2008: Shaunti Feldhahn began her career as an analyst on Wall Street and today is a best-selling author, speaker, and nationally-syndicated newspaper columnist. Her recent bestsellers, For Women Only: What You Need to Know About the Inner Lives of Men, and For Men Only: A Straightforward Guide to the Inner Lives of Women, have led to great life-change - and plenty of fascinating conversation - for men and women around the country. Her newest books, For Parents Only and For Young Women Only, coauthored with youth speaker Lisa Rice, are causing buzz among parents and teenage girls respectively. She has also authored two true-to-life spiritual thrillers.Shaunti's background as an analyst is the launching point for the compelling and eye-opening nature of her books, talks, and columns. She holds a master's in public policy from Harvard University, and a bachelor's in government and economics from The College of William and Mary. Prior to becoming an author, she worked in the financial arena on Capitol Hill and later on Wall Street, analyzing the Japanese financial crisis for the highest level decision makers of the Federal Reserve System.As a national speaker, Shaunti travels extensively and has shared her findings with millions of people through conferences, television, and radio. She has appeared on such diverse media outlets as PBS, TNT, Soap Talk, The Alan Colmes Show, Focus on the Family, FamilyLife Today, and The 700 Club. Her weekly opinion columns are printed in fifty newspapers around the country, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Chicago Tribune, the Detroit Free Press, and The Seattle Times.Shaunti and her husband Jeff, with whom she coauthored For Men Only, are active leaders in their church and live in the Atlanta area with their two young children.