4 Steps Boards Can Take to Clarify Decision Making

July 6, 2015 By: Steve Scheier

Many organizations fail to be effective because they fear a candid discussion about responsibilities. Identifying unspoken fears can free both association boards and executive directors to be clearer about decisions.

Surely you've heard the expression "like two ships passing in the night." It suggests that two people who would benefit from connecting seem incapable of doing so, missing out on the benefits of joining forces. ...