What is the mission of the Church? I posted a great Peter Drucker quote the other day that reinforces the need for clarity of mission. If you’ve lost sight of your mission (or have dreamed up a different one) this
In my quest to improve what I’m doing here I tripped across a really good post on Building a Better Blog by Brian Bailey, co-author of the upcoming book Blogging Church. Brian also leads the web team at Fellowship Church.
Several times my quest for information about something has taken me to Rajesh Setty’s Blog. Tonight I tripped across a great Blogging Starter Checklist, with 20 great tips for launching your blog (or in my case) working to increase readership.
What is it that drives innovation and change at Google? In this facinating Forbes article, Google Thinks Small, there are some great ideas. My two favorites? (1) each week every Google employee starts the week writing five lines about what
There is nothing like a Tom Peter’s slide show. This one is no exception. When you take a look at the PSF35 you’ll see what I mean. My favorite? Totally #17: "The Final Exam: DID WE MAKE A DRAMATIC, LASTING,
I came across this one over at The Pastor’s Toolbox, a great enewsletter put out by Pastors.com. "Often people feel the church exists to take care of problems. And it’s terribly hard for the church to say no. And yet
In the chapter on The Hurdler, author Tom Kelley’s name for "that tireless problem-solver who overcomes obstacles so naturally that sometimes it seems as if they weren’t even there," he talks about how "by nature, experts are often the guardians
One of the cool takeaways from The Ten Faces of Innovation has been the exposure to a whole world of possibilities in innovation. I love the section on The Experience Architect. Of the ten faces, I’m more of a cross-pollinator
How committed are you to taking the necessary steps that will allow your organization to really succeed at its mission? Are you totally committed? Are you 75% in the game? 50%? Or do you just say the right things, ready
I’m sure by now you’ve heard that Peter Drucker passed away on Friday. He was 95. Peter Drucker had such a profound influence on so many. And his work no doubt will continue to influence for a long time. There