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Look here for information and the latest techniques to develop your board or committee. The purpose is to help those who work or serve on nonprofit boards of directors or committees.

~ June 2008 ~

Monitor the Committee

Do you have a committee that is not functioning well?  Here is a checklist to try and get to the root of the problem.  There is a “comments” column for you to jot some way to improve the productivity of the committee. 

Committee Monitoring Process Checklist





1. Do people on the committee know what is expected of them?




2. Is a meeting summary sent to remind members of their commitments to work plans for activities?




3. Does the chairperson and/or staff have a conscious monitoring plan to keep the committee on task?




4. Are members expected to give reports regularly?




5. Is there a formal review of the committee’s activities annually?




6. Are records kept from year to year and used to illustrate the progress the committee is making?




7. Are members of the committee informed about the effects of their work?




8. Is an informal recognition system used when members perform above minimum standards?




9. Is there a method of recognition by a governing body (Board of Directors or Advisory Committee) for the work done by the committee?




10. Are committee members publicly commended for their committee work?




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