March Food for Thought

A strong commitment to seeing things in future terms tends to keep boards from looking backward, or from becoming consumed in today’s minutiae. Boards make these kinds of mistakes when they see their primary task as being supervisory rather than providing strategic leadership (some level of supervisory activity is inevitable, but it’s incidental to the main role).
–Thomas A. McLaughlin

Don’t forget to register for the Basics of Board Service on March 31 from 5:30 pm to 9 pm at Flathead Valley Community College:


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