Chapter 18: Measuring organizational culture in Christian churches
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Christian churches are unique organizations that require a unique approach to measuring their organizational culture. This chapter explains these unique organizational qualities and how these qualities affect the measurement of organizational culture in Christian churches. It then provides a review of the popular and scholarly literature regarding this construct and describes the author's attempts to quantify and measure organizational culture in these churches. The chapter concludes with suggestions for further research by scholars and for organizational cultural assessment by leaders in Christian churches.

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