Requisite Organization Goes to Church

Elliott Jaques advised us that his concepts were appropriate for managerial employment hierarchies and cautioned against their use in associations or other forms of membership organizations except in those parts of the organization that had employed managers and employee subordinates. Nevertheless, the application of requisite concepts still has useful applications, as is explained by John Morgan in the final article in this part, “Requisite Organization Goes to Church.” Morgan used Jaques’s and Cason’s concepts on human capability in his doctoral dissertation to evaluate the cognitive capability of several historical religious figures. Now in his role as senior pastor of Pinion Hills Community Church, a mega-church in New Mexico, he describes how he used RO concepts in church governance and administration to increase the effectiveness of the Church.


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