What does dysfunction look like? How do we fix it?
A common response of new directors is, “I won’t say anything during my first six months of meetings; I’ll just be an observer.”
The key to making this transition to a more condensed packet is not to make it all at once.
How important is innovation versus evolution? Do non-profit organizations today innovate or evolve or is it a combination of the two?
Your board members have a fiduciary duty to its members in three areas; the duties of care, loyalty and obedience.
Did Your Organization Lose Its Executive Director? The Top 10 Skillsets To Look For In Your Next Executive Director?
Losing your executive director one day is not only possible but will happen sometime in the future.
What do we need to do in 2016 not only move our organization forward to but to make a leap forward or “jump the curve” in how we compete and deliver member value?
As we enter another year, how do we innovate and disrupt in our nonprofit organizations in order to increase relevance and value to our members so we don’t continue to do the “same old, same old”?
How many times do we feel like we are stuck driving through mud in our organizations waiting for a key decision to be made on a sensitive or urgent issue?
Failing To Use Data is Failing Your Nonprofit Organization- 5 ways to not lose ground during decision-making
Data is the cornerstone of good decision-making and is highly necessary for Board and staff effectiveness.