This resource argues that the old approach to making maps, a strategic planning technique, is no longer applicable to today. Instead, it outlines a new map-making strategy that can be flexible to a more local context.
four-step process for making new maps, why old maps no longer work, what drives change
clergy and lay leaders
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- Establish new maps to start a transitional change by following the four-step process found in the final three chapters of this resource.
- Stop using old approaches to strategic planning and adapt new techniques that can address today's landscape.