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Distinguishing Governance From Management




This paper discusses seven questions that can help distinguish governance, i.e. the role and responsibilities of the board, from management.

“What is the difference between governance and management?” is by far the question that not-for-profit executives and directors ask most often. Effective boards understand the difference between governing and managing; dysfunctional boards do not.


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