I saw this article from a New York City consultants site, Nelson Construction Consulting. It quotes some good Books so I thought I would copy it for you and thanks

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If you are making constitution and/or bylaw changes now and you are not familiar with the proposed new Society Act in British Columbia, the fact is you are probably going

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For a variety of reasons, a growing number of associations are restructuring governance to increase their efficiency. Some association executives and volunteers take the plunge once they realize things aren’t

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Join me September 25 & 26 Executive Airport Plaza Hotel, Richmond for the Volunteer BC Conference. Learn more and register here: http://volunteerfutures.org/ I’ll be speaking about “The Collaborative Board Model” The

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  BY MARK ATHITAKIS / JUL 21, 2014(iStock/Thinkstock) It’s lonely at the top: A new study suggests that new nonprofit CEOs get little guidance from their boards during their first months on the

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Each day I receive a newsletter from the American Society of Association Executives ( ASAE). From time-to-time  I notice something that is applicable to Canadian based  membership organizations, here is

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By Bruce Anderson, CAE If associations don’t change to better serve their end users, those customers will gradually find other alternatives. Once that shift has begun, it is very difficult

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We often think that there can be 2, perhaps 3 different generations existing on one Board yet that amount could actually be ‘4’……… The article below written for the American

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A recent study suggests that too much agreement on a board can weaken a company, even increasing the probability of fraud. Why you need to (nicely) cultivate dissent. Is an

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By Teresa Barrett Financial stewardship is critical to success for the association’s strategic direction. And financial stewardship falls to the Board. The Board, as a whole, has general and specific

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