- Lynn Curry
- Situational Analysis
- Change Management
- Program Design
In a nutshell: you need to do planned board education when the board doesn't know what it should be doing or how to get that done. Doesn't apply to your board, you say? Let's check. ... [more >]
So, you have identified the KSA’s (knowledge, skills and attitudes) needed on your board at the present time. How can you make that happen? If you have a... [more >]
Board Education is needed when: 1. there is confusion on what the board should be doing versus the senior staff and other volunteer/ member leaders; 2. there is no simple predictability/ reliabilit... [more >]
What should the board education curriculum be? Of course, start with what is causing trouble right now. Even with immediate attention to topics causing current difficulty, there should be a long-ter... [more >]
When an organization is of sufficient size and matures enough to have paid staff, it is past the fragile founding stages that require daily operational involvement from member leaders. Organizational... [more >]
June 15, 2017
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FITBIT Your Strategy
June 8, 2017
We are going to assume that you do HAVE a strategy that is guiding decisions towards some well-defined goals. You aren't just reacting from one crisis to the next, right? OK then,...
Get the Little Things Right
April 19, 2017
You must be good at the little things to be an effective consultant or change agent. Any good cook knows that. And you have to take the time. Scratch made puff pastry is a wondrous thing, not a...
Align Behavior with Goals
April 4, 2017
The last two posts took up the problems of getting all organizational work aligned to real goals for that organization. The point of this effort, and it does take focused effort, is ...