Some boards have what it takes to consistently perform at the highest level—and the best have qualities in common. Here’s what the highest-performing boards can tell us about good governance.

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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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Thank you Robert, the correct agenda for every meeting is critical………… by Robert C. Harris If there is a reason to meet, there should be a meeting agenda. Most agendas

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 This is great advice below, while I would like to take credit for writing it unfortunately I cannot. Keep reading below and get some wonderful advice and also learn and

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I don’t know if you are a golfer, or not however as a follower of this blog you probably have a keen interest in governance. This is an interesting item on

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by the ASAE Foundation Some boards have what it takes to consistently perform at the highest level—and the best have qualities in common. Here’s what the highest-performing boards can tell

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It seems as though each week ( maybe its even once a day…) I get the question, Terry, our Board wants to be a policy board but, what is that really and

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    A board of a nonprofit is generally empowered to create committees at its discretion, subject to the organization’s bylaws and the laws of the state of its incorporation. 

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We increasingly hear about chief executives being replaced prematurely because they have failed to meet their board’s expectations. Unfortunately, there are probably at least as many, if not more, chief

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Performance measurement is a hot business topic. The other day I was discussing with a management consultant the issue of whether the board gives the CEO the measurement it wants

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