This article looks at a new nonprofit governance model, with new models of authority and accountability. Citing governance as a function, the author upends the traditional role of the board as the central structure in new governance models. The evolution of governance brings new challenges, and as such requires new leadership at a community rather than at the individual nonprofit level.
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Source: Nonprofit Quarterly | July 15, 2020 | David O. Renz
Tags: Board of directors, governance, nonprofits