Collecting data from inside your own organization can be difficult, but organizing and analyzing it may help with future strategic decisions.
As associations grow and change, so do their boards. Keeping these three things in mind may help with the growing pains.
Finding volunteers for long-term goals and short-term needs can be difficult, but it may help to consider whether you need to set up a committee or a task force.
Making sure your four key governing documents are aligned will help you define the day-to-day operations and goals of your board.
When it comes to the business plan for a new service offering, start with The Business Model Canvas.
Follow these three rules when defining jobs to make sure your board members are strategic and aligned with your mission.
Building a strategic board benefits any organization, but navigating the process is tricky. Here are a few things to accomplish and to avoid.
When it comes to growth, making sure your board has practical steps and defined metrics will make the process more strategic.