Organizational Communication


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Becker, P. E. (1997). Understanding Local Mission: Congregational Models and Public Religion in United Methodist Churches. Connectionalism: Ecclesiology, Mission, and Identity, 267.
Benefiel, R. (2000). Cultivating community through core values and commitment: A reflective essay. The Church of the Nazarene. Retrieved August, 11, 2008.
Benning, A.-L. W. (2000). Who We Are: Managing Organizational Identity During Strategic Change in a Faith-Based Social Services Agency.
Boggs, W. B. (2002). An Exploratory Study of the Relationship Between Organizational Culture Types and a Balanced Scorecard of Effectiveness Measures in the Church. Virginia Beach, Va.: Regent University.
Boggs, W. B., & Fields, D. L. (2010). EXPLORING ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND PERFORMANCE OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES. International Journal of Organization Theory and Behavior, 13(3), 305–334. Retrieved from
Bonzagni, J. J. (1999). The Application of the Work of David Bohm to Consultation in Diocesan Church Governance.
Borg, M. B., & Lynch, M. J. (2005). A Collaborative and Consultative Approach Toward Understanding and Change in an Immigrant Catholic Parish: A Case Study. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 57(2), 142–152.
Brabant, S., Forsyth, C. J., & Gramling, R. (1992). Organizational change in the Roman Catholic Church : the marriage preparation policy as case study. Review of Religious Research, 33(3), 256–269. Retrieved from
Braddock, M. B. (2009). A Narrative Process for Change at Trumbull Congregational Church.
Brodd, S.-E. (2005). Church, organisation, and church organisation: some reflections on an ecclesiological dilemma. Svensk Missionstidskrift, 93(2), 245–263. Retrieved from
Brushaber, P. (2007). Organizational Learning and the Role of Lay Elders.
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Bryant, E. M. (2010). A Culture of Innovation: Developing the Skills Necessary for a Pastoral Leader to Create and Sustain an Innovative Environment Within a Leadership Team.
Burton, J. D. (2004). Organizing a Church’s Leadership During Transformation.
Butz, L. S., & St. David’s Church (Radnor, P. ). (2003). A Case Study of the Strategic Planning Process at St. David’s Episcopal Church and a Strategic Planning Model for Religious Institutions.
Cash, K. C., Gray, G. R., & Rood, S. A. (2000). A Framework for Accommodating Religion and Spirituality in the Workplace [and Executive Commentary]. The Academy of Management Executive (1993-2005), 124–134.
Chen, L.-S. (2000). A Leadership Manual for the Indigenous Bumiputra Church in Sabah.
Cheong, P., & Poon, J. (2008). (Re)structuring communication and the social capital of religious organizations. Information Communication & Society, 11(1, February), 89–110.
Chowdhury, E. H. (2009). ‘Transnationalism reversed’: Engaging religion, development and women’s organizing in Bangladesh. Women’s Studies International Forum, 32(6), 414–423.
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Coghlan, D. (1999). Good Instruments: Ignatian Spirituality, Organisation Development, & the Renewal of Ministries. Roma: Secretariat of Ignatian Spirituality.
Combs, S. C. (2000). ST. AUGUSTINE AND THE COMMUNICATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. The Just One Justices: The Role of Justice at the Heart of Catholic Higher Education: The 1998 President’s Institute on the Catholic Character of Loyola Marymount University, 41.
Conway, N. J. (1996). The Personal and Organizational Experience of Theological Reflection Among Catholic Sisters.
Cook, C. R. B. (1993). A Narrative Analysis of a Depressed Organization.
Cook, T. J., & National Catholic Educational Association, W. (n.d.). Architects of Catholic Culture: Designing and Building Catholic Culture in Catholic Schools. The NCEA Catholic Educational Leadership Monograph Series., 129.
Coopman, S. J., & Meidlinger, K. B. (2000). Power, hierarchy, and change: The stories of a Catholic parish staff. Management Communication Quarterly, 13(4), 567.
Coughlan, D. (1998). The process of change through interlevel dynamics in a large-group intervention for a religious organization. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 34(1), 105–119.
Coutts, M. R. (1994). A Study of the Transition of Committees and Work Groups to Task Cells in a Meta-Church.
Cruce, C. A. (1992). A Study of Communication Among the Personnel of a Church-Related Entity and the Implications for Effective Leadership.
Custer, C. (2004). A Case Study of a Congregation of Women-Religious: The Influence of Symbolic Convergence and Participatory Groups on Organizational Structure.
Davis, J. A. (2003). A Congregational Study of the Effectiveness of the Leadership of Community Evangelical Free Church in the Areas of Communication, Leadership, and Vision.
De Nobile, J. J. (2003). Organisational Communication, Job Satisfaction and Occupational Stress in Catholic Primary Schools.
De Nobile, J. J., & McCormick, John. (n.d.). Organizational Communication and Job Satisfaction in Australian Catholic Primary Schools.
Demerath, N. J. (1998). Sacred companies: organizational aspects of religion and religious aspects of organizations. Oxford University Press US.
Dietrich, A. (2007). Discerning Congregational Culture for Pastoral Ministry: The Church Culture Survey.
Dietterich, P. M. (1994). Leadership for Church Transformation: Utilizing Survey Guided Development. [Chicago: Center for Parish Development.
Dietterich, P. M., & Center for Parish Development. (1994). A Sequence for Managing Church Organizational Change. Chicago: Center for Parish Development.
Dietterich, P. M., & Center for Parish Development. (1997). Working Together for Profound Change: The Church Transformation Consulting Process in Action. Chicago, Ill.: Center for Parish Development.
Dillon, M. (1999). The Catholic church and possible “organizational selves”: The implications for institutional change. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 38(3), 386–397.
Dougherty, K. D., & Huyser, K. R. (2008). Racially diverse congregations: Organizational identity and the accommodation of differences. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 47(1), 23–44.
DREIBELBIS, J. (2010). From Maintaining to Building Communities of Faith. Anglican Theological Review, 92(1), 147–155.
Durnbaugh, D. F. (1997). Sustainers or Seducers? The Rise and Meaning of Church-Related Institutions. Mennonite Quarterly Review, 71(3), 345–364. Retrieved from