Ed.D. dissertation, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
With over two million resources available for organizational change, and an emphasis on church revitalization by organizations as such as NaMB, is it possible the disconnected variations of organizational change have created so much confusion that it prevents a simple, comprehensive, and comprehensible understanding? In order to explore this question, and to advance a preferred method, case studies of organizational change within the Bible were conducted, and secular organizational change studies were evaluated. context analysis was used to review current change theory literature. Six functions of change were identified: cultural awareness, change catalyst, evaluation of the change and culture, decision, implementation, and monitoring of outcomes.
Eschlemann, Robert John
"A Holistic Process for Leading Organizational Change,"
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