If you’re frustrated at the end of board meetings because you feel that you’re not focusing on the right issues nor making the most of your scarce board-meeting time, perhaps the following best practices can get your board back on track.
The Right Allocation of Time
Recognizing that an organization’s board of directors has the exclusive franchise for the organization’s future, then the majority of your time should focus on the future when your board is in session. Yet, the board is also responsible for oversight, which is not the future, but current programs and activities. What’s a board with limited time supposed to do?Continue reading