Good To Great, Part Two


For a variety of reasons, I’ve been reading through a variety of strategic planning type material and asking the Lord if there are applications that I should make to church setting.  As part of that, I’ve been reading Jim Colllins’ Good To Great (Why Some Companies Make the Leap…and Other’s Don’t).

In an earlier post, I briefly summarized the first half of this work.  Here’s the continuation, covering the rest of the book.


One thought on “Good To Great, Part Two

  1. Replica Watches

    My youngest is running a high fever and complaining of headache pain while dealing with a wet cough. Doc says it’s a virus that needs to run its course.

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