Cornforth, Chris and Simpson, Claire
Change and continuity in the governance of nonprofit organizations in the United Kingdom: the impact of organizational size.
Non-profit Management and Leadership, 12(4) pp. 451–470.
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This article reports on the results of a survey of charities in England and Wales, which examined how their boards are changing and whether various external initiatives to improve board performance are having an effect. In particular, the research explored the impact of organizational size. The findings suggest that the size of the organization does matter, as a variety of board characteristics and changes vary with size. The article concludes by examining some of the implications of these findings for theory and practice.
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