zurich.mindsGary Hamel’s Management 2.0In my previous post, I introduced you to Drew Williams. For seven years Drew served as assistant vicar at St. Andrews, an Anglican parish in Chorleywood, England. When he arrived in 2003, Drew found a church that was big but not growing, and a congregation that was loyal but not energized. Mark Stibbe, head vicar at St. On a blustery November night, just a few short months after taking up his post, Drew stood in front of a nearly-full church and presented his strategy. Drew admitted he didn’t have a precise plan for how to put his idea into practice, but he asked everyone present to think about the kind of difference they thought they could make if they were part of a more intimate community. At the end of his talk, Drew announced that he’d hold a follow-up session a month hence, on December 6.
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