Why Boards Micro-Manage and How to Get Them to Stop Edit Title

This article explains that boards often micromanage organizations because they are confused about their roles, or they lack policies to guide their actions. It includes an exercise that helps board members realize which of their actions duplicate staff efforts.

This article explains that boards often micromanage organizations because they are confused about their roles, or they lack policies to guide their actions. It includes an exercise that helps board members realize which of their actions duplicate staff efforts.

Why Boards Micro-Manage and How to Get Them to Stop

At its best, micromanagement can only make your organization real good at standing still. By working proactively to eliminate micromanagement, the board can spend its time on enhancing the results your organization provides to the community.

http://www.help4nonprofits.com/NP_Bd_MicroManage_Art.htm

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