More than just a board management software solution, we’re on a mission to provide boards and the people who work with them with the tools and resources they need to be successful. From thought leadership to best practice in board governance, you’ll find a variety of helpful resources to help build knowledge, awareness,and skills!
Board Governance Resources
Learn, Progress, and Grow
Lower Costs and Save Valuable Time
Cost Savings Calculator
Whether already using a paperless board meetings software solution or still using printed board packets, Simbli’s Core Four (Meetings, Planning, Policies, and Evaluations) can help save your organization both valuable time and bunches of money. Try the Simbli cost savings calculator to generate a customized report and see for yourself.
How Effective is Your Board?
Board Effectiveness Challenge
Outside of a formal board performance evaluation, assessing board effectiveness can be a difficult task. Based on the National School Boards Association’s (NSBA) eight characteristics of effective school boards, we’ve created a fun, short survey designed to provide some helpful insights regarding high level board effectiveness. Take the Simbli Board Effectiveness Challenge to see where you and your board stand.
Case Studies, Articles, and Webinars
Explore the Archives
Equally illuminating, informative, and inspirational, the eBOARDsolutions content library features a variety of helpful material including case studies, success stories, articles, webinars, and more across the entire board governance spectrum. Curl up on the couch with your favorite pillow, blanket, and pet and explore the archives!
The Georgia Vision Project began in 2009 as a collaboration between the Georgia School Superintendents Association and the Georgia School Boards Association. These groups realized an urgent need to critically examine the components of Georgia’s educational system, identifying an exciting opportunity to establish principles and offer recommendations which will transform the current system into one that is relevant for today’s children and youth. To date, The Project has grown to include over 50 partner organizations, agencies and groups.