Another in a series of articles related to association management selected from our reading list by:
Robert O. Patterson, JD
The Center for Association Resources, Inc.
Serving on a nonprofit board is a valuable commitment volunteers make of their time and talent. Yet, the dynamics and end results may not match the needs of the organization and the expectations of its board members. Multiplied by a few, this can translate to boring and unproductive board meetings where members and the organization can feel unfulfilled and view their efforts and the meeting as a waste of time.
How do some nonprofit organizations thrive and charge forward with energy, while others appear stagnant and lifeless? What are some of the key characteristics of an interesting, dynamic and productive nonprofit board? Read More