Boards and Volunteers
Every time we finish a client engagement, we review the experience to see what we can learn from it. In every case, one major theme is clear: The quality and engagement of the board is a critical factor in the nonprofit’s success. Here are eight key tips for building and engaging your most successful board...
Investing in technology and innovation is challenging, but can generate a significant return on the investment.
All nonprofit professionals should aspire to work with a high-quality, high-impact board of directors.
As a nonprofit pro, if you are serious about taking your board to a higher level, start by looking at best-of-class boards.
In this article, we continue the review of a board’s function.
Robert’s and Roberta’s Rules of Order both offer that committees of a board are structural vehicles for preparing a board.
If you have an organizational role with a nonprofit organization, comprehensive knowledge of board development is a must.
The ways in which nonprofits operate meetings of boards of directors vary greatly depending on the size, age, mission type, etc.
Many nonprofit boards are made up of individuals who are well meaning and want to serve their organization.
I strongly suggest that you do quality research to find the right candidates to fill board positions.