How to Accomplish the Board’s Goals Using the Eisenhower Method

A very common complaint that our law firm hears from association board members is that the board never accomplishes anything. Some boards complain that they spend a majority of their time “firefighting” maintenance issues and dealing with angry or litigious homeowners. That being said, many boards never spend time thinking about strategic long-term planning for the association, funding reserves and important/urgent problems with difficult solutions. In my opinion, association boards need to radically change how they prioritize their important and urgent tasks as board members to create healthy and successful associations.