Author, Curtis Ogden, speaks to some of the shared values and principles that help networks amplify their impact or influence through what are called “Network Effects”. These are small actions and attitudes that collectively have a “multiplier effect”. In this article, discusses eight principles of network thinking and action that when practiced can result in effective, growing and vibrant networks. ..
While honor-shame is the primary operating system for 80% of the world, it remains a significant blind spot in Western culture, theology, and missiology. It also has significant implications for leaders of cross-cultural teams. Watch this 5 minute animation explaining honor & shame for Christian ministry.
Every network and partnership is characterized by their own set of values and aspirations. Here are ten aspirations commonly held by effective networks. I hope these will inspire you in your own context of collaboration.