Nonprofit Boards: Using Core Business Principles Yield Good Entrepreneurial Results?
By: Eugene Fram
Every few years a business change appears that is presented as a quick fix to make business organizations highly productive. These have included process re-engineering, total quality management and matrix management, all without long-term success in either the for-profit or nonprofit sectors. However, entrepreneurship, which some directors may see as “the trendy fix of the month,” needs to be given serious consideration. (more…)