Reporting of organizational learning

Weaving the leadership web: Key findings  January 10, 2017 – 08:21 pm
organizational learning This post continues a brief series sharing highlights from my earlier master's-level research on the board/executive director relationship. My first post outlines the premise of the research. The second post describes theoretical perspectives underpinning this work. In this week's post, I share the 'big news' emerging from this case study.


entered this case study, researching communication processes within a typical nonprofit organization, knowing what I wanted to explore but having no sense of what the observations and interviews might uncover. I was curious about the executive director's role, especially given exposure to two director-centered models during preparation for the research. But frankly, given my relative inexperience with the board/CEO partnership at the time, I entered this work with a very elementary (and very unrealistic) sense of the average nonprofit organizational culture and communication processes.
I was a functionally blank slate, holding the naive belief in the omniscient board at the top of the organizational chart. What I found absolutely blew that notion out of the water - and began the journey toward a very different conceptualization of nonprofit leadership.
Four consistent, and

Source: Laramie Board Learning Project

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