Showing posts with label NPAdvisoryBoard. Show all posts
Showing posts with label NPAdvisoryBoard. Show all posts

Friday, June 08, 2012

Why Do I Need an Advisory Board and How Do I Build It? - Global Business Hub - Boston.com

Why Do I Need an Advisory Board and How Do I Build It? - Global Business Hub - Boston.com: Whether you are a nonprofit, a private or a public company, the need is there. An Advisory board has the ability to provide strategic counsel from an industry and competitive perspective on various topics of expertise. The time and money invested in your advisory board members should be far outweighed by the counsel and strategic value they impart on your organization.

Friday, May 25, 2012

One Nonprofit Lawyer’s Tips on Use of Advisory Boards - NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly - Promoting an active an engaged democracy.

One Nonprofit Lawyer’s Tips on Use of Advisory Boards - NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly - Promoting an active an engaged democracy.: Carter warns, however, that, “From time to time, nonprofits fail to clearly delineate an advisory board’s role. In such cases, the advisory board members may misunderstand their authority and hard feelings can develop. We have even seen organizations that purport to have two boards without making clear which board is actually responsible for governing the organization.” She suggests the following steps for a useful and productive advisory board dynamic:

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

What is an Advisory Board and Should We Have One? | Blue Avocado

What is an Advisory Board and Should We Have One? | Blue Avocado: "The board of directors of a nonprofit organization is its legal, governing body. In contrast, an advisory board does not have any formal legal responsibilities. Rather, an advisory board is convened by the organization to give advice and support."

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Use it Today - Roles and Responsibilities of Advisory Boards

Use it Today - Roles and Responsibilities of Advisory Boards: "Roles and Responsibilities of Advisory Boards
By Hildy Gottlieb
© ReSolve, Inc. 2009
RETURN TO ARCHIVE

One of the grey areas in running a Community Benefit Organization is the appropriate role for advisory boards. In addition to the question, “What should our advisory board do?” we often hear at least some (if not all) of the following laments:"