In today’s world being transparent is expected.
behind closed door sessions, private meetings, and this goes for staff and
everybody can see the big picture, everybody should be able to support the
organization and its mission.
especially true when something goes wrong (i.e., a program or event loses
money) or certain members aren’t paying what they should.
Can we all say
scorecards? See previous post on
is about filling out a plan on what the chambers challenges and opportunities
are and setting a proper course of action to deliver
value to your members.
your members are business people and make business decisions every day.
If a program is not working, being a
transparent organization is a great way of shining a light on that loser, or
sacred cow, and kick-it to the curb.
Past post on sacred cows can be found HERE.
transparent, your chamber will be
better off for it!