On the Edge of Exceptional

It’s called a “Goldilocks Zone.” Planets have them. Sand dunes have them. NASCAR drivers, too. That narrow range between too much and not enough. Find it, and great things begin to happen.

For Many Nonprofit Boards, Smaller is Better

Many boards are bucking conventional wisdom that a board should have twelve to sixteen members. They are discovering the benefits that working with a small group brings.

Responding to Sabotage on the Nonprofit Board

Sabotage is disruption and damage, usually done on purpose. How can you respond to sabotage on a nonprofit board?