Galvin and Associates

Optimize board structure



Occasionally, a board will want to take a fresh look at how it operates and make some adjustments. The board can decide to right-size if they are too large for efficient functioning, or too small for an adequate range of perspectives. It can determine the ideal size range, number of meetings per year, and rethink length of terms and term limits. For example, a board may make the decision to transition from a managing board to a governing board. For some organizations, this will require a bylaw change and an approval from organizational members. Other boards can simply adjust their current bylaws and move to a more optimum structure.

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