Five Types of Strategies for Missions Organizations

Presenter:  James C. Galvin, Ed.D., President, Galvin & Associates, Inc.

Description:  Where your organization is at on the organizational lifecycle will make a huge difference in what kind of organizational strategy you will need. Mission startups are very different than mission organizations in decline. Large organizations may have several divisions that are at different places on the lifecycle. As a result of this webinar, you will discover what kind of strategy you will need going forward.

James C. Galvin, Ed.D. is an organizational consultant and facilitator specializing in strategy, board governance, and leadership development.

As an author, Jim has been published by Zondervan, Tyndale House, Thomas Nelson, Baker, Navpress, Moody Press, and Intervarsity Press. He is also the co-creator and senior editor of the best-selling Life Application Study Bible.

Jim’s most recent book is titled I’ve Got Your Back, a leadership parable with a compelling story that delivers a concise theology of leadership and followership.

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