I am aware that Governing boards hire administrators to manage, yet board members often involve themselves in the internal management of a nursing facility, which is damaging both to governance and to management. Can you please provide an example and discuss ways in which the board might get involved in internal management, and the damage that can be done by such involvement.
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Board interference in a nursing facility:
This takes place because the board members often want to exercise control over the day-to-day affairs of the nursing facility. The administrator often plays into the hands of the board because he knows that he has been hired by the board and continues to occupy the position till he enjoys …