Getting on Board with National Sawdust
As the governing body that makes crucial decisions on behalf of organizations, the board of directors is an essential part to building a strong not-for-profit. This case examines the inner-workings of the board of directors of National Sawdust, a contemporary music venue, during the organization’s infancy. The study reveals expectations of National Sawdust’s board members and issues around recruitment and accountability.
Author: Blaire K.S. Koerner, ed. Michael A. Anderson
Published: Volume 2, Winter 2017
Details: PDF Download – 8 pages plus Appendices
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