Anyone who’s lived with a dysfunctional kitchen knows how challenging it is to get a big meal on the table. Everything takes longer because ingredients and utensils aren’t handy. There’s only room for one person to work. The lighting is terrible. You’re cut off from your guests in the living room.
The warning signs are there—your kitchen needs a remodel or, at least, repairs that provide more visibility, light, and efficiency.
Remodeling isn’t only for kitchens. Sometimes an association’s chapter network needs a remodel or restructuring. This type of remodel also results in more visibility (of chapter data) and more efficiency (of processes). It can also turn a contentious relationship between National and its chapters into a mutually beneficial one.
Our next two posts will help you decide on a course of action—a full-blown chapter restructuring or, at the least, improvements to your existing chapter/National relationship.