Larry Osborne, Innovation's Dirty Little Secret
In an ever-changing digital, mobile, social culture, churches must innovate or risk being seen as irrelevant to the very people whose lives we are trying to impact. Innovation goes far beyond the latest technology.
Osborne also pointed out that the senior leader of an organization may not be the innovator.
If innovation is necessary for churches to impact this world, it becomes imperative for the senior leader to create an environment of innovation. Here are 6 ways Osborne suggests the senior leader can do that.
Innovation is key to any organization’s continued health and growth. Not every leader has the gift of being an innovator.
However, good leaders recognize this and intentionally create an environment where innovators can exercise their gift of innovation in concert with the organization’s mission and vision.
How do you suggest non-innovative leaders foster innovation? How do you suggest innovative leaders include other innovators in the process?
The above list is from Larry Osborne's book, Innovation's Dirty Little Secret.
Steve's passion is to help ministers and churches do ministry in our new digital, social, mobile world at the speed of life through building a strong ministry infrastructure (minfrasTructure). With a background in church administration, Christian education, missions, and technology, he offers advice, tips, and tools through writing, blogging, speaking, online courses, consulting, and personal coaching.