One Person One Task One Year

Here’s something to think about.

At the end of 2014 I took over a major project for a very large church. By the end of 2015 the project had been radically reshaped, a team of about 20 leaders had been brought together, over 600 people had been consulted, over 200 people had individually contributed to the outcome, resources had been released, finance had been obtained (and a considerable amount spent!), a full professional team had been engaged, the creativity of hitherto hidden people had been brought to the foreground, assets had been analysed, the status quo had been challenged, energy levels have been raised, along with expectation, hope, challenge, purpose, and clarity. It’s hard to move hundreds of people but one way it is possible is with …

One Person. One Task. One Year. With hindsight, I wonder what else could have been achieved in the same year with the same people and the same resources?

Or …

The right person. The right task. The right timescale.