Embracing Innovation With Your Board
An innovation commitment needs to start at the top of your organization
Innovation isn't easy, but it's necessary to build a strong, effective organization.
And sometimes just as complex is getting a board to commit to changes that may shift the way an association looks, acts or operates. But according to Mary Byers, CAE, author, consultant and CEO coach, approaching your board with a well-defined strategy around innovation can be a good start.
"Your innovation strategy should be clear and one that can be easily carried over from one board to the next," she said. "Show the board new things you've done because of the strategy; focus on the wins, as well as the small pilots."
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