Monthly Archives: May 2015

Can Nonprofit Management Usurp Board Responsibilities?

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Can Nonprofit Management Usurp Board Responsibilities? By Eugene H. Fram On balance management will always have more information about the organization than volunteer board members. As a result, directors must be proactive in seeking information…

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Top Factors For Improving Nonprofit Directors’ Board Experiences

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Top Factors For Improving Nonprofit Directors’ Board Experiences By: Eugene Fram Spencer Stuart, an international placement firm, recently asked 500 directors who serve on for-profit boards to name the top factors that would reasonably improve…

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How Competent Are Nonprofit Boards In Strategic Planning?

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How Competent Are Nonprofit Boards In Strategic Planning? By: Eugene Fram Updated Viewer Favorite “Unfortunately, boards of directors have no clear model to follow when it comes to developing the strategic roles that is best…

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A Nonprofit’s Reputation Rests on the Quality of its Directors

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A Nonprofit’s Reputation Rests on the Quality of its Directors By: Eugene Fram Reputations are universally seen as valuable, but reputation risk is poorly understood. As a result, reputations are left unnecessarily at risk.* Reputation…

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Strategic Planning: Nonprofit Board Orphan?

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Strategic Planning: Nonprofit Board Orphan? By: Eugene Fram Updated viewer favorite According to a 2015 BoardSource study, nearly 35% of over 836 nonprofit chief executives gave their boards a C, D or F grade in…

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