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Establishing An IT Governance Checklist Helps Boards Better Oversee IT Within An Organization
February 19, 2020

IT Governance Checklist

Every year we depend on technology to help us store and manage various types of data for various purposes. Along with that comes the responsibility for managing it appropriately and according to IT governance best practices, which is a relatively…

February 18, 2020

Is There a Set Process for Corporate Governance?

Whenever you’re navigating yourself somewhere, it helps to have a roadmap of where you’re going. Some things naturally lend themselves to steps, patterns, or processes. If you’re looking for an established, easy process for corporate governance, you’re likely to spend…

You Can Invigorate Board Meetings With Several Easy Steps To Bolster Engagement And Productivity
February 13, 2020

5 Ways to Invigorate Board Meetings

When most people think about a board meeting, they don’t necessarily equate it with excitement, motivation, or inspiration. In fact, they’re more likely to equate it with heavy winded speeches, complicated reports, and long, boring meetings. You don’t have to…

Understanding The Role Of The Board Of Advisors Vs. The Board Of Directors Helps Boards Decide How To Be The Most Effective
February 12, 2020

Board of Advisors Vs. Board of Directors

Regardless of the type of organization, businesses need a wide range of expertise to achieve their missions and remain sustainable. Having access to a full range of advice can help an organization grow and surpass its competitors and increase the…

Choosing The Right Board Software For Nonprofits Is Key To Long-term Success
February 7, 2020

Board Software for Nonprofits: Pros and Cons

In many ways, nonprofits operate much like corporate boards, but there are some important differences. Nonprofits have unique compliance rules and other operating rules. One of the ways that they’re similar is that nonprofit board directors are under just as…

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