Board of Directors Blog Posts

Unlike a CEO who handles the day-today activities of an organisation, a board concentrates focus on the bigger picture and is accountable for making high-level decisions. The board is accountable for appointing and, if needed, replacing the chief executive officer as well as fulfilling the fiduciary responsibilities of the company’s shareholders and stakeholders.

In the end an efficient and productive board will approach staff as Aprio Board Portal colleagues, not subordinates. The most respectable and thoughtful board members also listen to staff and treat them with respect and respect, even if a board member disagrees with an employee’s viewpoint. Regardless of the size of an organisation, board members are required to take action on issues that affect the organization’s mission.

The minute books of meetings are vital to effective board governance. The minutes allow members who are not present to get a better understanding of what transpired at the meeting, and also help clarify any metrics or strategies that need to be monitored. Boards that take the time to create concise, clear minutes are better able to tackle legal issues.

This blog post by SSIR will teach you how to write effective minutes for board meetings. This blog is an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in governance of boards with particular attention to non-profit boards.

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