Has your Business, Church, or Organization plateaued or is it in decline?
How and What to Change to grow your team and have a new outlook.There is still hope and you can start renewal now! Organizations become bound by traditional and bureaucratic attitudes and habits. Within five years, one-half of new start-ups will be gone. Organizations are living organisms and must be treated as such. Many consider them merely complex machinery. This book uncovers the mysteries of organizational dynamics and provides a path to renewal no matter where it is in its life cycle. Bill Johnson has over forty years as an organizational specialist and consultant in both for-profit and non-profit organizations including; manufacturing, technical services, and church organizations. He has led and guided groups in organizations ranging from small entities to large international corporations. Since 2001, he has led Aslan Ministries a non-profit organization coaching, encouraging and equipping organizational leaders. Now in this Book Bill has provided a broad look at the dynamics of organizations and the ways that leaders of these organizations can be equipped to forment renewal and true revival.
Bill Johnson is an award winning freelance writer and CEO of (non-profit) Aslan Ministries, Inc. He is a creative Problem Solver, Coach, and Author: Serving organizations and their leaders with unique solutions and professional counsel."Our goal is to assist individuals and organizations become all that they were created to be. We are qualified to do this by our gifts, talents, and professional experience in business, ministry and the military."In his professional activities Bill’s unique problem solving skills enhanced his coaching, marketing, and organizational responsibilities. He and his wife Rita have developed and taught training courses which have been presented throughout the US, in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.He was commanding officer of a unique, “first of kind” US Army data communications network, directing nearly one hundred technicians, solving a myriad of problems associated with a new technology, and developed plans for future organizations and technologies.As a business leader he was responsible for the start up and operation four different "for profit) organizations, the last of which went from zero revenue to several million dollars in a few years and initiated business throughout the “Pacific Rim.”As a pastor and church planter, his focus was on mentoring, coaching, healing, and outreach to the community. AWARDSSAE Outstanding Achievement Award, for contributions to EMC standardizationPUBLICATIONS• Four books on leadership and discipleship• Over 100 training classes• 30 Technical articles or papers.EDUCATION• Undergraduate studies in Electrical Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology; and Management and Economics, at University of South Alabama; • MA Theology, Fuller Theo. Seminary.