Dissent: A Missing Ingredient in Nonprofit Governance by Joan Harrington and Ann Skeet
Dissenting Board Members often get labeled as problematic, when in reality they are an asset. An open exhange of ideas and thoughts makes for a healthy nonprofit. Read this article by Joan Harrington and Ann Skeet of the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, a Replication Partner, to encourage an array of diverging outlooks in your organization.
About the Author: Lydia Alcock