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Staying Flat, Staying Thin, Staying Effective

by Nonprofit and Community Development Consultant at West Bank Business Association, Altered Esthetics on Oct 09, 2010

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Created for MNCN's 2010 Annual Nonprofit Conference. ...

Created for MNCN's 2010 Annual Nonprofit Conference.

Innovative Governance Models: Staying Flat, Staying Thin, Staying Effective

Over the past years, nonprofits, including volunteer-led grassroots organizations, have faced a growing number of challenges. In the context of a changing environment, where nonprofit leaders are expected to do more with less and nonprofit volunteers are often expected to do more than before, is the traditional hierarchical form of nonprofit governance still relevant? In this session, we'll explore a governance structure for volunteer-led, grassroots organizations that offers shared power and decision making, greater flexibility and ability to innovate, and potential for greater organizational sustainability. Attend this session to discover an alternative for volunteer-driven organizational governance models, learn how you can effectively engage volunteers, board, and staff utilizing the model and see if it's a fit for your grassroots organization.


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