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  • Susan Nowicki

    RE:Value of Public Members on a Board

    Posted in: Executive Management...

    The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons has had a public member of its board of directors for a number of years. The organization thoroughly researched the concept of bringing a public director on board before doing so. Their ED could probably...

  • Dave Fellers

    Value of Public Members on a Board

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    Any good resources/readings on the value of Public members on non-profit Boards that you would recommend? A national association is considering this and looking for direction. Thanks.

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    RE:Project Management Software Solution

    Posted in: Marketing Section

    I agree that Asana is an excellent and intuitive product. It is very task and team focused. Free up to 15 users. You can create substasks and get all your notifications in an inbox without flooding your actual email inbox. I have used Basecamp, MS...

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    RE:Marketing "work order"

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    Hilary, thanks so much for these. I guess I was looking more for something that marketing could use to then create a timeline and outline of tactics for a program that was already created by another department. Something that had dates, possible...

  • Hilary Marsh

    RE:Marketing "work order"

    Posted in: Marketing Section

    Hi Nikki, Yes, in most departments that I've worked in or overseen, we've had forms like this. I've heard them called intake forms, project charters, creative briefs, overview sheets, or many other names. I've attached two example forms. ...

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