There has never been so much pressure on boards to live up to stakeholder expectations. Most association executives have a book or two on good governance on their shelf. Yet many still ask, “We know what we are supposed to look like, but how do we get there?” A new ASAE Foundation study provides some answers.
Transformational Governance: How Boards Achieve Extraordinary Change includes 14 original cases that describe the process of governance change as it was related to us by the change agents themselves, all association leaders. Here are three examples.