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Provide a Valuable Lesson to the “Throwaways” “Dobelle-gate” took another interesting but predictable turn recently.  Westfield State University President Evan Dobelle filed a lawsuit in federal court against the co-conspirators he believes plotted to remove as the school’s president.  The

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This past week, two high-profile non-profit institutions have seen their stellar reputations collapse at the hands of “alleged” criminal activity by their eminent leaders.  First, Westfield State University has been sent reeling from widespread media coverage concerning accusations against its

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November 22, 2011


In my last blog I spoke about the need for individuals to find a proper balance in terms of how many Boards they serve on—otherwise they end up doing more harm than good for the organization.  A type of board

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