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Co-CEOs: Dream Team or Bad Dream?

Co-CEOs: Dream Team or Bad Dream?

If someone asks me, “Can a Policy Governance® board have co-CEOs?” my longish reply is some version of ”Yes. However . . .”   Let’s deal first with the “yes” part of my answer. It is not inconsistent with Policy Governance if two people occupy the role of CEO....
Can a Policy Governance® Board do Fundraising?

Can a Policy Governance® Board do Fundraising?

When a not-for-profit organization recruits board members, one of the desired – and even required – criteria is the capacity to raise funds. How well a candidate is connected with those who have deeps pockets and are more likely to reach into those pockets is a...
Unless the Board Approves

Unless the Board Approves

Recently I was meeting with a board that was just beginning to implement Policy Governance®. The board appeared to have a good grasp of the model including the principle of Executive Limitations. The board understood the idea that it would delegate authority to the...
What a Board Approves, it Owns

What a Board Approves, it Owns

I was about 11 years old when I attended my first auction sale. I quickly got the idea how the system worked and as a budding entrepreneur I got into the bidding and ended up outbidding everyone else, in the process scoring an antique rocking chair for two dollars....

Virtual Workshops for Individuals

Assessing Monitoring Reports

Course Orientation February 28 with live sessions March 13 and March 27

Introduction to Policy Governance®

Course Orientation March 6 with live sessions March 20 and April 10

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