What Nonprofit Boards Can Learn from Corporate Boards

Nonprofit and for-profit boards have different motivations for doing what they do for their organizations: Nonprofit board members seek increased social impact; for-profit board members seek increased shareholder value. But do these differences mean they don’t have something to learn from one another? Patti Bellinger, executive director and adjunct lecturer at the Center for Public Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School—as well as a nonprofit and for-profit board member—describes what each could learn from the other.

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