The players association for the National Football League is working with major venture capital firms as a part of its OneTeam Collective business accelerator. OneTeam startups, in exchange for equity, will have access to the NFLPA’s valuable licenses—something the association has rarely offered before without a price tag.
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons this week expanded its existing open-access options by launching a new online journal targeted at global audiences—one that fully follows open-access principles.
Tips for using marketing automation to maximize your membership reach. Also: Instagram announces some useful improvements to its service.
The National Football League in recent weeks has arguably earned more attention for its unusually tight social media policy than anything happening on the field. The league is starting to reverse course, but it nonetheless remains a great example of how not to manage a social strategy.
An expert on the younger generation suggests that associations should look at social entrepreneurship, not advocacy, to engage millennials. Also: Why large event venues shut their doors.
The U.S. Army’s decision to block the building of a pipeline near the reservation of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe adds a new wrinkle to an ongoing fight. But there is a belief on both sides of the issue that the presidential transition may make the decision temporary.
While first responders work to pick up the pieces after a deadly blaze at a converted warehouse, the National Fire Sprinkler Association, which, since 2004, has advocated for legislation to encourage the installation of sprinklers and other safety features, is again calling on Congress to take action.
With suicide rates among physicians at a high level, and concern rising among medical doctors, a trio of groups has made resources available to physicians who might be dealing with stress or burnout.
Amazon Web Services, the popular cloud platform, can be tough to jump into due to its high level of complexity. But a new service could help. Also: A brainstorm flipped on its head could be a great icebreaker.
The American Lung Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics say that a decision by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to prevent smoking on the premises of a public housing facility could help save lives and improve the quality of living in such facilities.