Ron Mattocks has written a clever little book on governance entitled: The Zone of Insolvency. For more information about the book, go to www.zoneofinsolvency.com.
This little book offers colorful and entertaining reading, as Mr. Mattocks provides fairly graphic depictions of some of the great (to date) shipwrecks in nonprofit history. And, as entertaining as the depictions are, Mr. Mattock has gone the extra mile to add about 100 "strategic" questions, offered in groups of 5 following each shipwreck, for nonprofit boards and/or their committees to ask to help them keep their own ships afloat and avoid the submarine-infested waters that even more-so today affect the nonprofit community.
Can I live without Zone of Insolvency - sure? Would I have missed some interesting storytelling - absolutely. And, can I benefit from Mr. Mattocks' questions - certainly?
Why not pick-up a copy?