If finding a good partner or vendor feels like finding a needle in a haystack, maybe your RFP process needs a reboot. Here are a few tips for finding the perfect fit for your association’s needs.
The Fort Herkimer Amateur Radio Association is offering a licensing course that it hopes will continue to grow engagement within the association and industry.
A disaster recovery plan is essential to keeping your organization running in the case of a natural disaster. But it’s only effective if your staff knows what’s in it and how to implement it.
Need some tiny house expertise? The American Tiny House Association launched an online expert community to get information out to DIYers. ATHA is also hard at work advocating make tiny homes a viable housing option everywhere.
Print magazines are coming back, but that means more competition in an already crunched space for association publications. A case for marketing your magazine and some ways to do it.
The American Chronic Pain Association's “Give a Squat 4 Pain” campaign hopes to garner understanding and donations for those living with chronic pain.
A forthcoming study from the Society for Human Resource Management identifies seven qualities that are hallmarks of healthy, effective workplaces. Here's a sneak peek at three of them. (Hint: It’s not all about offering trendy new policies or benefits.)
Last week, the Midwest Dairy Association crowned its 64th Princess Kay of the Milky Way at the Minnesota State Fair. During her year-long reign, the princess will act as an ambassador for dairy farmers. She’ll also get to take home a butter sculpture of her face.
A look at the ins and outs of a business process review—and why an association might consider conducting one.
The Toy Association recently underwent a complete overhaul, which included creating a new strategic plan. CEO Steve Pasierb shares four tips on how to get it done.