Hubs are informal focal points fueled by practitioner demand, exploration and distinctive interests. A Hub may develop around a specific sector, geographic area, role, topic, etc. They facilitate peer networking opportunities and may develop into more formalized interest groups or networks as members desire.

Consulting Hub News: 2019Jan10

Anti-collusion statement: We formally state that we can talk about anything except money in our Hub discussions. Richard shared he will be working with the board of a medical services organization in Honduras, focusing on educating about good governance, rather than getting into technical detail. Cam suggested making the educational session interac...
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Faith-based Hub News: 2019Jan22

At our January 22 nd hub we began by looking at the Executive Limitation where the CEO is not allowed to create obligations over a longer term than revenues can be safely projected. There are template policies and policies that may be acquired from another organization. Do not just automatically implement them unless you know what they mean. It may...
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