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Best practices for improving board governance


The article linked below appeared recently in the McGladrey newsletter Muse, a bi-monthly publication dedicated to providing ideas and education to tax exempt organizations. With a focus on the larger not-for-profit industry, not all of the material is relevant for private clubs. For example, boards at private clubs differ in their focus on fundraising. Meanwhile, boards at private clubs share in the responsibility to be strategic. Whether it is a relationship with a chief executive officer or a general manager, much of the content overlaps and offers an objective perspective on board governance.

Best practices for improving board governance.