A online job fair can be a great way for job hunters and employers to meet without having to leave home or the office. Here are few tips to keep in mind whether you’re attending or hosting one of these events.
The success of mission-driven companies like Chipotle show how associations can transform their missions from mere marketing slogans into membership drivers.
For years, Amazon has quietly built an army of online users who work on tiny tasks for low costs. For associations, the tool it created, Mechanical Turk, could prove an effective way to do market research and manage complex tasks. But it has its pluses and minuses.
The late Washington Post editor appeared to the world as a larger-than-life figure. But his life also contained plenty of practical lessons for any exec.
When you first hear Ebola, you may not think of meetings. But heightened anxiety levels may leave attendees concerned about traveling to conferences. Here’s a look at how the meetings industry is responding to mounting fears.
A yoga industry group recently built a credentialing system for yoga schools that relies on social ratings and reviews. See how it’s worked out so far and how such a system might be beneficial to other associations.
Associations don't typically grant members voting power on dues increases, but one association that does has found a formula that keeps members happy and revenue growing.
In just a few days, Twitpic will likely shut down for good, taking hundreds of millions of photos with it. Online archivists who work in the nonprofit space—like the Internet Archive's Jason Scott—want to make sure those photos remain available.
A good association meeting isn't just fun and educational. It's the product of smart strategies that leaders can apply throughout an organization.
This weeklong event brings together thought leaders and attendees in hopes of creating change and measurable results. Even better is that associations can apply some of CIW’s ideas to their own meetings.