When is the Right Time to Change a Nonprofit’s Bylaws?
By Eugene Fram
In listening to a recent Nonprofit Quarterly webinar, I was again reminded that the habit or long standing culture could hinder the capacity building function of a nonprofit organization. One example cited was the tendency of nonprofits to procrastinate in a review of their corporate bylaws. Original board standing committee structures and board/management relationships remain in place long after they are needed to drive mission growth and to improve client services and impacts. (more…)