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    1. Healthy vs. smart: Key differences and their impacts on nonprofit governance success

      Healthy vs. smart: Key differences and their impacts on nonprofit governance success

      Did I mention you'd be seeing more from Patrick Lencioni's work on organizational health?

      This brief video points out what should be obvious to boards (but may not be, because we don't talk about these topics): boards need to be both smart and healthy. Those of us who pay attention to board development - boards and consultants - tend to have the "smart" component down. We focus on the elements that typically signify board effectiveness. Look at his list under that category - technology, strategy, finance, marketing - for hints.

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    2. The Iron Grip of Wayfair's Founders

      The Iron Grip of Wayfair's Founders

      Give credit to Niraj Shah and Steve Conine as entrepreneurs who managed to grow a business from humble beginnings and eventually take it public. But that’s only part of the story.  Shah and Conine are the founders of Wayfair Inc., the Boston company that’s on track to sell well more than $1 billion of furniture and home decor items online this year. Wayfair got a warm reception when it went public last week, raising more than $300 million. I can’t remember the last time a Massachusetts IPO raised that kind of money...

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    3. HP Breakup: Microsoft Next To Split Consumer, Commercial Lines?

      HP Breakup: Microsoft Next To Split Consumer, Commercial Lines?

      Breakup fever has hit Silicon Valley. EBay announced last week that it will spin off its PayPal e-payments unit, while Hewlett-Packard stunned markets on Monday with word that it will split into two companies -- one focused on commercial customers, the other on consumers. The next candidate for a major divestiture may now be Microsoft, which some investors have said is too diverse to operate ...

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    4. On Leadership: HP’s Meg Whitman Changes Her Tune

      On Leadership: HP’s Meg Whitman Changes Her Tune

      The news that Meg Whitman is splitting HP into two companies is historic. The venerable Silicon Valley institution was founded in a Palo Alto garage in 1939 and is often seen as the company that kickstarted the digital age, transforming an agricultural area of California into a hotbed of innovation and technology...

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