Working the governance puzzle
Commentary from In Trust President Christa R. Klein
There is no anonymity
Contributing editor Melinda R. Heppe reflects on some of the benefits of her small town, where nothing is confidential.
A strategy for board success: staying connected
The president of Assemblies of God Theological Seminary explains how his board gains a fuller experience of the school while on campus and stays in touch while off campus.
The "Good to Great" business model
Does Jim Collins' advice work for nonprofit organizations? Does it apply to seminaries?
What useful wisdom can seminary board members glean from Jim Collins' popular book Good to Great and its follow-up monograph,Good to Great and the Social Sectors?
Deferred presidential maintenance
Boards know that they are responsible for ensuring the long-term health of their institutions, but they also have a role in helping the school's president stay healthy and ready to lead.
When economic times are tough, what's a board to do?
Boards and administrators are looking at higher energy costs and an uncertain stock market as they plan for the future.

Other Issues


Books 1 Articles
Changing scenes 1 Articles
Feature articles 2 Articles
Special report 1 Articles
Spirit matters 1 Articles
Tool box 1 Articles
Wing on wing 1 Articles

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