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7’s Model / Framework.

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The Church as a transformational and change agent has a tremendous influence on her growth and culture. If the Church wishes to institute change and maximize her potential, the leadership styles must be strategically aligned to accommodate her culture. McKinsey’s 7S framework is a model for analyzing organizations and their effectiveness. It looks at the seven key elements that make any organization successful:

  • Style,
  • Shared values,
  • Strategy, 
  • Structure, 
  • Skills,
  • Staff,
  • Systems.

The seven elements can be aligned with any organizational issue that needs to grow and the Church here is not exceptional. Unless the Church leadership fully supports the premise that must have a high degree of 7’s it will remain stagnant. The seven components are the key to any organization that desires to grow in her core mission.

1. Style

This represents the way the organization is managed by top-level managers,

  • How they interact,
  • How things are done.
  • What actions do they take and their symbolic value.
  • It is the management style of leadership.

2. Shared Values.

These are the norms and standards that guide staff conduct and organization actions and thus, are the foundation of every organization

3. Strategy

A sound strategy is the one that’s clearly articulated and is longterm,

  • What are we doing?
  • How are we doing it? 


4. Structure

Represents the chain of command

  • Who reports to who?
  • Report about what?
  • How many levels of management

 5. Skills

These are the abilities that firm’s employees perform very well.
They also include capabilities and competences.

6. Staff

This element is concerned with what type and how many employees an organization will need and how they will be recruited, trained, motivated and rewarded.

  • Individual self-development.
  • Skills gap assessment

7. Systems

These are the processes and procedures of the organization;

  • Systems are the area of the organization that determines how business is done.
  • Formal and informal procedures.
  • Methods of work

Social Responsibility Committee (SRC) Week!

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Join and participate from 5th – 11th August 2019

SRC is an entity of the social responsibility for the entire Church Community. – Prov. 14:31b “...whoever is kind to the needy honors God”

Pray, diarize and plan to join the Social Responsibility Committee (SRC) in the following activities:

  • Wednesday 7th Aug - to launch SRC Week with a talk on “Growing in Serving” by Rev. Robert Waihenya at 5:30 pm
  • Thursday 8th Aug -  at 10:00 am Visits
         > Makimei Children’s Home in Gitaru/kikuyu,
         > Sherly’s children’s Centre in Riruta – Wanyee Road.
         > Donations - Children stuff and dry foods.
  • Friday 9th Aug. Fundraiser dinner in support of SRC Empowerment Programme - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday 11th Aug. - All Worship Services led by SRC
  • God bless you as you plan to give, support and participate in social response to those whom God has brought our way to help as a Church community.

Vacancies

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1). Music Trainer & Pianist position at PCEA Kileleshwa:

     Contact 0717230740 for details