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Final presentation communicating change

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Final presentation communicating change

  1. 1. Presented By GenevieAakerApril 29, 2013Recommendations forthe Church Health Center
  2. 2. Background Change in location Move to Sears CrossTown Change in organizationalstructure Corporate influence National ideals• 501 (c) 3• Mission:Toreclaim theChurch’sbiblicalcommitmentto care forour bodiesand ourspiritsOrganizational Changes
  3. 3. Primary Research Question
  4. 4.  Organizational Communication Implementing Change Communicating Change in Nonprofits Change Management
  5. 5.  Manage organizationalrelationships Communicate strategically Eliminate top-downmanagement techniques Increase use of evaluationtools
  6. 6.  Strategic communication withboard members Globalization Diversity Virtual Organizations Cross-sector comparisons
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