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Sarbox and other compliance rulings have pushed some companies to adopt e-governance tools like board portals. But there's a lot more to be gained through keeping executives informed about the business' operations.
In "E-Governance Is Good Governance," from "Internet Management for Nonprofits," authors Dottie Schindlinger and Leanne Bergey define e-governance and examine how Web-based technologies like board portals can improve leadership and management.
While focusing on improving these qualities in the boards of non-profit organizations, these technologies have applicability in for-profit business as tools for facilitating document sharing, communication and collaboration. Sarbanes-Oxley and other legislation have goaded many companies to adopt e-governance principles in order to comply with transparency rules.
This excerpt was reprinted with permission of John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Ted Hart, "Internet Management for Nonprofits: Strategies, Tools, and Trade Secrets," 2010.
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