Fear and doubt can be fatal to associations, but rebooting the way you think about problems can bring an organization back to life.
Thought leader and business strategist John Spence laid out several cutting-edge ideas and actions to take your organization from good to great at ASAE’s Great Ideas Conference Sunday.
The latest results from a longitudinal study looking at economic effects on associations suggest that in good times and in bad, association managers are strategic and generally optimistic.
Traveling for work can be fraught with delays, mechanical difficulties, and missed connections as a new study by the Global Business Travel Association recently found. Here are some tips from one association professional and travel pro to help make your next trip go as smooth as possible.
In a new report, the National Sleep Foundation looked at how much sleep children are getting (hint: it’s not enough) and how parents can help them get more. A major culprit: electronic devices in kids’ bedrooms.
The American Chemical Society recently revamped its online video series, incorporating lessons learned in the past five years of production to make even more relevant and engaging videos, and it seems to be working.
The American Institute of CPAs recently unveiled a new online game that was conceived of by students for students.
A new survey of nonprofits and associations found that an organization’s size affected not only its outlook but also the quality of its operational practices.
As part of a strategic plan, the association suggested several criteria for nominating and confirming ambassadors. They come at a time lawmakers and media reports have raised questions about the qualifications of some recent nominees.
After the Association of Writers and Writing Programs tweeted that tax issues forced them to close a Seattle book fair to the public, the group was able to strike a deal. It’s a lesson in the power of community and social media to make things happen.