Last week, InfoComm International renamed itself AVIXA to better signal its connection to more elements of the AV industry.
More nonprofits are feeling pressure to shake up their communications strategy. Change is good, but the path to connecting with stakeholders is still old-school.
ACS has asked a court not just to rule in its favor in its suit of Sci-Hub, which republishes scientific publications without permission, but also to ask search engines and ISPs to render the site inaccessible.
A new study suggests that weakened budgets can hasten an executive’s departure. Building better bridges with the CFO can help support a leader before the numbers fall short.
A viral video of a Utah nurse in handcuffs gave ANA an opportunity to spread the word about workplace violence and relationships with law enforcement.
The place your organization calls home can have a big impact on your mission. Case in point: the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, whose new office gives it some new neighbors in the medical world—and more opportunities to collaborate.
Associations are notable for encouraging multitasking. But without close attention, all those tasks can drain workers. People talk about “wearing many hats” so often in the association world that you’d be forgiven if you sometimes think you’re in the haberdashery business. The many-hats conceit is often discussed with a smirk, or as a point of […]
A new partnership gives a large Chinese retailer access to cutting-edge supply-chain technology. APICS, the supply-chain association, gets access to a tough market to penetrate. Along the way, it’s learning some lessons about global expansion.
Leaders need to keep an eye on the bottom line. But bad budget practices show that doing it right means keeping an eye on strategy too. “Steady as she goes” is usually pretty good leadership advice. But that doesn’t mean deciding you’re not going to look out for icebergs. When I was working on my […]
In advance of last weekend’s “Unite the Right” rally, which ultimately turned violent, the Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville helped businesses stay open and connected. Now it has more members—and more work to do.