This piece comprises of guidance provided by the Eastside Primetimers Foundation, an English registered charity who are also management consultants to the third sector, on steps that can be taken to improve the contribution of effectiveness of Board Members.
It provides good, practical suggestions on actions that might be taken to improve board effectiveness.
Alastair Keatinge thinks:
The piece is brief but does provide some fresh comments on some standard Board effectiveness issues. Board effectiveness is one of the most vital governance issues currently impacting on all third sector organisations and, while there is scope for this article to be developed and expanded upon, all contributions on this important issues are to be welcomed.
Eastside Primetimers Foundation’s website is worth a look, and contains details of some of the Foundation’s other interesting publications.