Can Nonprofit Boards Learn from the Recent Carnegie Hall Disruption?

Can Nonprofit Boards Learn from the Recent Carnegie Hall Disruption? By: Eugene Fram The costly upheaval between Carnegie Hall board and staff appears to be slowly moving toward resolution. * But, for decades, other types of large nonprofit organizations have imperfectly resolved the issues that have arisen at Carnegie Hall without similar spectacles. Examples: university…

Click on the following link for the article: non-profit-management-dr-fram.com

Dave Tate, Esq. comments. I am forwarding this discussion by Eugene because it is a good, short discussion for thought. The discussion doesn’t get into the situation at Carnegie, but does have relevant comments for nonprofit boards. Although issues impacting nonprofit boards can be similar to or the same as issues that impact for profit boards, there definitely are differences, as Eugene notes. Enjoy.

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