Missional map-making : skills for leading in times of transition / Alan J. Roxburgh.

By: Roxburgh, Alan JContributor(s): Leadership Network (Dallas, Tex.)Series: Leadership network seriesPublication details: San Francisco, CA : Jossey-Bass, c2010Edition: 1st edDescription: xx, 204 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9780470486726 (cloth); 0470486724 (cloth)Subject(s): Change -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Mission of the churchLOC classification: BV4509.5 | .R69 2010Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction: An uncertain journey -- Part I: When maps no longer work -- Maps shaping our imaginations in modernity -- Leading in an in-between time -- When common sense is no longer common -- From playing pool to herding cats -- Why strategic planning doesn't work in this new space and doesn't fit God's purposes -- Eight currents of change and the challenge of making new maps -- Lessons from the formation of the internet for leading in this new space -- Part II: The map-making process -- Cultivating a core identity in a changed environment -- Cultivating parallel cultures of the kingdom -- Map-making partnerships between a local church and neighborhoods and communities.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: An uncertain journey -- Part I: When maps no longer work -- Maps shaping our imaginations in modernity -- Leading in an in-between time -- When common sense is no longer common -- From playing pool to herding cats -- Why strategic planning doesn't work in this new space and doesn't fit God's purposes -- Eight currents of change and the challenge of making new maps -- Lessons from the formation of the internet for leading in this new space -- Part II: The map-making process -- Cultivating a core identity in a changed environment -- Cultivating parallel cultures of the kingdom -- Map-making partnerships between a local church and neighborhoods and communities.