Farm advisory boards
Published: 1 Dec 2015
- Advisory boards can contribute to an improved bottom line by providing decision support, setting guidelines for prudent budgeting and expenditure, and keeping informed and ready for new opportunities and innovations.
- Advisory boards can reduce emotion in decision-making, leading to more considered choices. This can ease stress and have mental health benefits.
- When functioning properly an advisory board requires a small investment in time and money which leads to improved resource and workplace efficiency.
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