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Argus Commission 

As former AACP presidents, members of the Argus Commission are uniquely positioned to help advance the architectural foundation of AACP while strategic planning is underway. In order to empower a high performing organization, the AACP Board and Chief Executive Officer need to insure that current leadership models are adequate to provide strategic governance for AACP. The 2015-2016 Argus Commission will:

  1. Investigate and recommend assessments for the Board and AACP CEO to improve performance 
  2. Recommend improvements for Board development processes and programs
  3. Complete the analysis and recommend enhancements in the AACP governance model to optimize opportunities for member/citizen engagement in the work of AACP
  4. Insure that an adequate succession plan for AACP executive leaders is in place and understood by all
  5. Recommend process attributes for the CEO five-year review to be completed by June 2017
Rodney A. Carter (Regis University) Chair
J. Lyle Bootman (The University of Arizona) Member
Patricia A. Chase (West Virginia University) Member
Brian L. Crabtree (Wayne State University) Member
Mary M. Piascik (University of Kentucky) Member
Lucinda L. Maine (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy) Staff Liaison

Last updated on: 9/30/2015 10:44 AM 

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