It’s board meeting time again. During the meeting — and this may be the only activity that happens at the meeting — there will be reports. Sometimes it feels like one report after another with an occasional question thrown-in and some member moving, and then the board votes to accept the report. And then, the meeting is over. Is this what you really signed up for?
If this is indeed what you experience at your board meetings, it’s time for a change. Reports and reporting processes are two areas in which I believe change is most possible to make board meetings an experience that is more effective and satisfying and most important: action or results-oriented. Read More