Putting Your Board Goals Into Action

Once you’ve begun to view your association as a business and have implemented strategies like an annual business cycle and enlisting the services of a trusted group of advisors, it’s time to ensure that you put all your plans into action to take your board to a whole new level of efficiency.    Read the article……………


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