Governing boards: their nature and nurture
Jossey-Bass, Jun 2, 1989 - Business & Economics - 223 pages
A Publication of the National Center for Nonprofit Boards
Should be required reading for every new board member.
Shows how to handle the challenges facing board members, including board organization, procedures, accountability, and more!
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The Caliber and the Depth of Understanding of Trustees
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