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.
A look at one small association that tossed its membership model 12 years ago and has been thriving as an informal community ever since.
Writing for the web doesn't always mean you need to pack an editorial calendar to the gills. Before my presentation at the 2014 Great Ideas Conference next week, let's talk about some of the content techniques we use on this site. Maybe they'll help you percolate your own ideas.
Board recruitment is still a struggle at associations. A recent event offers a lesson in the virtues of actively expanding your volunteer pool.
While Arizona’s governor vetoed the controversial bill that would have allowed businesses to use religious beliefs to refuse service to people earlier this week, the uproar around the measure provides plenty for associations to think about as they pick locations and plan for their upcoming meetings.
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.
Tech giants that swim in big data don't get all that info from surveys. It's time for associations to build member data tracking into their product design and workflows.
A recent study that directly compared major social networks to private communities raises some fascinating questions about the role scale plays in social networking. But is scale really what matters?
How can association leaders best serve their increasingly global members? Two new studies suggest a few paths.
You may have secured the best location on the expo hall floor, but what happens if your booth’s neighbors—whether directly next door or down the aisle—are an eyesore? Are your lead-generation tactics destined to fail?