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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This article brings up so many invaluable points that I wanted to share it with you again. 15 policies for sound not-for-profit  governance Accountants nodded their heads in sympathy as stories

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This blog post is from a word document on streamlining meetings. I have had it around for such a long time, I am really not sure who to credit and thank

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Departing Board Members provide a lot of valuable information for the future success of the organization’s board succession planning. Here are a few key questions 1.. What did you enjoy

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While there are many methods of doing this, one that is very effective is by creating a ‘emerging leaders’ or ‘rising stars’ group. (One of my clients named their emerging

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For association leaders, the world of their members and other stakeholders is increasingly characterized by instability and unpredictability.  Resistance to change discussed earlier is also apparent, driven not by disagreement

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