I was speaking with an older sister who is quite zealous and she is typical of many who are concerned that men are not reaching out. She notes that young men in particular have no interest in doing anything, congregation-wise.
The change in this area is quite dramatic, if you can remember that once, being an elder was an aspiration of nearly every brother - and we had plenty of young men to run the mics and hand out magazines. Well, no more. I once pointed out to a C.O. that there was no "B" team of aspiring Ministerial Servants to take over from the elders. Thru the years in many congregations, you just watch the same guys on stage - get older.
The neat thing is that, it's going to get ever more difficult to disfellowship people. Inconvenient committee meetings when you could be spending time with your family, struggling to find brothers to be on a committee, legal problems that create potential legal liabilities and so on.
The Organizational Ship is taking on water and the Captain Ahab Governing Body are still obsessed with the White Whale illusion of "clean" congregations. Well, good luck with that.