Govern more, manage less harnessing the power of your nonprofit board
"Boards should primarily govern and not manage. As many nonprofit board members and chief executives know, this is more easily said than done, is simpler in theory than in practice. Though nonprofit leaders may agree in principle, they often have differences of opinion about the appropriate sph...
|Main Author:||Trower, Cathy A.|
|Corporate Authors:||BoardSource (Organization)|
|Format:||Books Print Book|
Washington, DC :
Table of Contents:
- Why some boards manage more than govern
- The effect of organizational events in blurring the line of duties
- The role of the board in governing
- The role of the chief executive
- A board that macrogoverns is a strategic asset.