The video is the latest resource to come out of the IT industry group’s push to get more young girls interested in the field as a career choice. It also aims to end stereotypes of IT as being open only to men.
Want more people to forward the emails your association sends? A new study highlights the elements of viral marketing emails.
To assist in its advocacy efforts, the American Cancer Society is mapping cancer mortality rates and state legislative activity to help show which regions and districts of the country could be doing more to fight the disease.
The number of women entrepreneurs in the marijuana industry is on the rise. So too are the number of groups being created to provide these business leaders with resources and networking opportunities.
Realizing the difficulty many businesses have in marketing to baby boomers, AARP recently launched an advertising agency to help companies better identify with and target the 50+ generation.
A group representing community colleges is working to create more defined pathways to career or further education in an effort to help more students get their degrees.
A new report shows that in the absence of benefits intended to assist employees to care for family members, worker productivity and performance can suffer. It’s no secret that balancing work and life is getting harder for many. And a new study is showing a direct correlation between the availability of family and lifestyle benefits […]
The confidence gap, specifically as it relates to women, was main stage at one of the 2015 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition Learning Labs this week. Find out some of the advice and lessons that were shared to help more women close the gap.
Sheryl Connelly, Ford Motor Company's manager of global trends and futuring, shared some advice on pinpointing trends at the 2015 ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition on Monday.
Take a look at how a couple of companies are getting rid of performance reviews and incentivizing hackers to identify security concerns and how these ideas could prove fruitful for associations.