Practical Ideas for Not-for-Profit Boards
In "Not for Profit Board Dilemmas: Practical Case Studies for Directors in the non profit sector" Julie Garland McLellan peeks inside 25 different boardrooms to show how real directors exercise judgment and manage key issues
SYDNEY - There are over 600,000 not for profit companies in Australia. Their boardrooms are peopled by generous and well intentioned people who face a huge task; governing in a highly competitive sector that is subject to rapid change and increasing regulation.
In her latest book Julie Garland-McLellan has provided a range of real life scenarios that allow directors to practice their judgements and learn from their international peers.
Not for Profit Board Dilemmas: Practical Case Studies for Directors in the non profit sector (ISBN 978 1502 862389) covers issues such as succession planning, committee structures, fraud prevention and recovery, decision-making, minute-taking and mission setting.
The book is available from Amazon.com in print and paperback editions.
About the Author:
A practicing company director, Julie Garland McLellan has served on a diverse array of public, commercial and non-profit boards. She has written and presented many of the instructional courses for the Australian Institute of Company Directors of which she is a former council member. Her newsletter, The Director's Dilemma, is read in 32 different countries. She has a degree in civil engineering, an executive MBA and an advanced diploma in company directorship.