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Top Four Governance Findings from Board Assessments

By |February 11th, 2018|Categories: Association Management, Governance, Private Business|

Here are four of the most common findings from our Board governance assessments over the past ten years: Directors don’t share a common understanding of the Board’ role. A critical step in every governance assessment [...]

Win more RFP’s with a Professional Proposal Critique

By |November 14th, 2017|Categories: RFP Writer, RFP Writing|

Win more RFP’s with a Proposal Critique When we ask client’s “which business development initiative helped grow their business the most”? They frequently answer that it was “by winning an RFP contract”. In our experience, [...]

Lessons for my ex (real estate agent)

By |November 6th, 2017|Categories: Leadership|Tags: , , |

It was great information! Over the past couple of months we’ve been working with a real estate agent. We’re looking for a house in a smaller city. The houses are older and charming, especially close [...]

Latest Trends in Association Governance

By |November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Association Management, Governance|Tags: , , |

Here’s what we find most commonly when we conduct an association Board assessment: Directors don’t share a common definition of the Board role. Board composition doesn’t reflect the risks and opportunities that the Association is [...]

Details of a Boardroom Metrics Governance Assessment

By |November 3rd, 2017|Categories: Association Management, Governance, Private Business|Tags: |

When we are engaged by a Private Company, Association or NFP Board of Directors to conduct a Governance Audit, this is the approach we use to help the Board identify governance opportunities and risks: Objectives [...]

Should Your Industry Association Have a Competency-Based Board?

By |November 1st, 2017|Categories: Family Business, Governance, Private Business|

Association Director Experience vs Expertise Competency based Boards engage Directors based on their specific knowledge and expertise. Traditionally, industry association Boards have engaged Directors based on their seniority, industry experience, and even location. Which is [...]