First published on this website in August 2008
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Categories: Administration , Communication , Leadership , Management , Planning , Structures
This first of two items (Part 2 is at HC7) explains the Christian Effectiveness Model as a means of assessing the effectiveness of any kind of Christian mission agency.
Part 1 explains the terms used and introduces two case studies. It then addresses the issue of whether it is possible to measure effectiveness as such.
The Model is then outlined. It is based on four themes:
Each theme has 12 questions to ask, and each question has five sample tests. Part 1 shows the structure, then explains the choice of the themes and questions, and explains how the Model is run.
The actual questions and tests are all listed in Part 2 (HC7) but Part 1 is essential reading for an understanding of how the Model works.
Here is the link to this item: HC6 - CEM - Explanation.pdf
The Model has been reformatted in 2014 to match other items in the Resources section of the website and is due a major revision in 2015.