What business books discuss—leadership, governance, and culture—is the bread and butter of theology, both Biblical and natural.
There is no way to understand the world without appealing to these terms. Even an atheistic worldview takes a stand on these topics, replacing God with Nature as CEO (thank you, Spinoza).
One way that the early Church Fathers understood the Trinity was as a separation of functions in the Godhead, not unlike the various role distinctions at a company or a government.
The same could be said for Kabbalah, with Keter (the Crown) being the Chief Strategist and Malchut (Sovereignty) being the entry-level employee.
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