Busting Silo Syndrome
When planning the next event for your church, you’re probably depending on people from various departments on the staff to pull it off.
- Music from the worship team
- Graphics, updates to the church website, videos, and more from the communications team
- Budget information and approval on purchase requests from the finance team
- Room reservations and setup, plus overall facilities preparation from the facilities team
- and more…
Have you ever had a situation where you thought one of the other groups already had something covered? However, when you ask it turns out they didn’t even know the event exists, much less that you need something from them to make it happen. That “silo syndrome” is what I address in this video and how to prevent it as you plan the next event.
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