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.
A new study on tech trends in fundraising illustrates some of the challenges nonprofit fundraisers face and opportunities that technology is making possible. How do you match up?
An association management software system can be a crucial tool for success in a membership organization—and also a possible source of frustration.
A new report reveals the similarities and differences in attendee and planner expectations across three areas of technology: event apps, social media, and virtual meetings. It could mean new things are on the horizon for association meetings.
At its annual meeting this week, the American Trucking Association is keeping track of several industry executives—their steps, that is—as part of a Healthy Trucker Challenge, aimed at promoting healthy lifestyle habits in trucking.
If you can't seem to attract enough young professionals to your association, maybe it's because there aren't enough young people in your industry.
Law enforcement agencies across the country are smarting from a recent Electronic Frontier Foundation report highlighting software that had been distributed under their names. The problem the situation highlights is one that happens with vendors when relationships are weak and offerings are poorly researched.
Most organizations don't have a good plan for grooming those next in line for the C-suite. Getting it right requires direct attention, and more than just a two-day offsite.
Launching a new video? Emily Graslie, host of the online educational series The Brain Scoop, shared a few tips for producing shareable video during last week’s Online News Association Conference.