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1 12 Axioms for Christian Organizational Health Presented by Thom S. Rainer
2 1. Never forget your purpose: the clarity issue
3 2. Collins’ “bus analogy” is critical -> the right people on the bus
4 3. The “right seat” on the bus is important but secondary
5 4. Understand what internal factors hinder the accomplishment of the purpose: the movement issue
6 5. Good leaders surround themselves with superior people
7 6. Good leaders seek to deflect recognition: Collins’ Level 5
8 7. Ask the question: Does everything in my organization align with the purpose?
9 8. Understand one of the greatest mistakes of Christian organizations: not focusing on stewardship
10 9. Organizational health demands that you regularly stop doing some things: the focus issue
Christian organizations must have a clear understanding of their accountability to God
Christian organizations must have a clear understanding of their accountability to human agencies
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