During a consulting project last week, executive committee members asked me about their association's nominating committee.
Our nominations committee recommends a slate of board members who are elected to the executive board. We have traditionally used a “ladder system” and “moved up” the next person in line. Should we keep this system or start nominating the best person.
I shared my response in Friday's post.
Over the weekend, I thought about my July 2012 post on the same subject.
Why are competency-based association boards an anomaly?
Or, rather than an anomaly, is it just associations I've experienced?
The other day I was reading a USA Today story about the “troubles” at the top of U.S. public flagship universities.
It caught my attention – not because I graduated from one nor because I spent 10 years working at colleges and universities – but because it focused on the governance of those universities.
The article and quoted research focused on the dysfunctional boards, most of whom are filled with political appointees.
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