- Lynn Curry
- Situational Analysis
- Change Management
- Program Design
It is almost always useful to engage outside expertise to assist staff and the board in this identification and judgment. No board or staff can be expected to be at the cutting edge of all possible issues, approaches, technologies and ideas but they should know or find out who is at those frontiers and make that proficiency available to the organization as appropriate.
Life is short; make your board service worthwhile. Leave a trail of genius. Don't fall prey to Corporate Doom Flag #3: muddling though is not good enough!
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