If your board of directors were cut in half, how would your nonprofit fare? At first you might envision each board member struggling under the weight of their significantly expanded responsibilities. You might worry that your organization will putter out, without a dozen to twenty-three board members to help manage your nonprofit.
But there’s a growing trend among smaller, more nimble nonprofits to decrease the size of their board in order to increase its effectiveness. Learn how your nonprofit can do the same in the article linked below.
Smaller Boards Flexible, Engage All Members [The Nonprofit Times]