Fall 2017 | Strategy

Strategic Leadership

CLA president and CEO Tami Heim recently interviewed Edgar Sandoval, Chief Operating Officer, World Vision, U.S., who is responsible for overseeing the implementation of World Vision’s U.S. operations and strategic plan.

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Why Strategy Matters

I’m convinced – strategy is getting a bad rap. So I’m here to contend that without a solid strategy, organizations either flail frenetically, or they stagnate, lazily maintaining the status quo as the world changes around them.

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Five Types of Strategy

Larger ministries may have several divisions that are at different places on the organizational lifecycle. It's important to figure out where your organization is at and what type of strategy you need.

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The Ultimate Strategy

Strategy is important in organizational life, but we must remember Proverbs 16:3. The most strategic action you can take as leader is simply loving Jesus and allowing him to live his life through you.

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Salute to a Steward Leader

On June 28, 2017 Christian Leadership Alliance lost a dear friend and admired colleague as Dr. Kent R. Wilson, after an extended battle with cancer, went home to be with our Lord. Kent was a faithful leader who influenced many lives.

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Strategic Succession

When Christian leaders shift their attention from the aspirations of personal success to a responsibility for succession, their greatest legacy will be an organization which is better than when we found it.

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Go and Ask

Strategy implies that we know what we are doing. Most of the time, I don’t really understand what’s going on exactly. What I mean is that I find kingdom strategy a bit more like a connect-the- dots game than a management system.

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Innovate To Great

Innovation is your most important growth strategy. Let’s not allow fear to keep us from the expansive impact to which we are called.

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A Strategic Shift

Great doers are distinguished by their direct achievements, their ability to take the ball and run with it. Great leaders are distinguished by their indirect achievements, their ability to give the ball to someone else and then help them run with it.

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Strategic Budgeting

A nonprofit organization’s budget tells a story of its health, priorities and personality. the organization’s budget should serve as a game plan to accomplish the mission.

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Diversify or Disappear

To remain alive and vibrant, your organization must diversify. Practically, that means to accept the undeniable fact that your audience is now multi-ethnic. Change is intimidating, but also opens a world of opportunities.

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