Radford, Anthea
July 2006
Credit Union Management;Jul2006, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p60
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues related to the practice of micromanagement by boards of directors in governing corporations and credit unions in the U.S. Micromanagement takes place when the board infringes on the management's role and responsibilities. According to the article, boards have a tendency to micromanage when they do not know their role. Conflict of laws happens when the board and the management do not have adequate understanding of their difference in role.


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