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Flier for ‘Ministry and Management: God and mammon’ conference, 2014
The flier which was used to advertise the Foundation’s first conference‘ - Ministry & management: God & mammon?’ – which took place in September 2014.
Research, practice and the professional Church minister
In this paper, Stephen Skuce explores the importance of the professional doctorate for Christian ministers, due to its focus on reflective practice as well as scholarly outcomes.
Creed or greed: what can the church learn from businesses founded on principles of faith (part 1)?
In this first part of the 'Creed or Greed' series, Nicholas Mayhew-Smith explores what faith-based organisations, including businesses, might offer the church in terms of business practices and models.
Creed or greed: what can the church learn from businesses founded on principles of faith (part 2)?
In this second part of the 'Creed or Greed' series, Nicholas Mayhew-Smith presents a literature review and conclusions examining what the church can learn from the business world.
An evaluation of a complexities approach to consultancy and change management within Methodist churches
This paper by Rodney Hill, explores various approaches to working with organisations and churches from his experience as a mission enabler in the Methodist Church, culminating in a complexities approach.
Responses of Methodist ministers to ministerial development review: a case for research-led policy-making
Drawing on the responses of Methodist ministers to the policy of ministerial development review, a case is made for research-led policy making.
Leadership for public service: working with notions of co-creation of leadership and management roles
In this paper, Christopher Bond presents a model of leadership and management in public service roles based on the concept of co-creation as an alternative to current dominant approaches shaped by New Public Management ideologies.
Embodied approaches to management – incarnation as organisation
Charity Hamilton presents research into the impact of an approach to management and organisation that is centred on embodiment and incarnation