A public disagreement between the Bitcoin Foundation’s executive director and board leader is an object lesson on setting boundaries. These are, to put it mildly, complicated times at the Bitcoin

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Board member recruitment and satisfaction is top-of-mind for virtually every non-profit truly interested in succession planning. I have chosen a very good article written by Karen Eber for today’s blog

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THE CASE FOR TRAINING STAFF ON GOVERNANCE BY MARK ATHITAKIS / MAR 30, 2015 Your next board members likely aren’t on your staff. But you might still benefit from training

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This is a great article by Mark Athitakis shared by AssociationsNow on an organizations efforts to improve gender equity. . I like the way Helena Morrissey thinks. Who wouldn’t? Morrissey,

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MONEY & BUSINESS GAME OVER? LAWMAKER TAKES FRESH AIM AT NFL’S NONPROFIT STATUS BY ERNIE SMITH / FEB 3, 2015 NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, shown testifying on anti-doping measures in

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This is a timely article by Mark Athitakis as February is traditionally many Boards are in transition (or flux) as they begin to implement the 2015 portion of their strategic

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Removing a member or even the though of removing a member can be an unpleasant experience. Seldom is it done effectively. We often waist allot of time just ‘thinking about

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As I was looking back on 2014 this article from Michael Berens is an interesting subject on Board misinformation well worth repeating and can relates to Boards of all sizes

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Every member of a board of directors is a spokesman for an entire group, industry, or profession, and as such, has the ability to enhance or denigrate its reputation. In

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Robert C. Harris The reputation of an organization can be tarnished by a director who acts without authority or in defiance. A person who openly criticizes the leadership or complicates

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