At the Kentucky Pharmacists Association, Roamey the Gnome is popular guy. He travels the state, posing for pictures and talking KPhA membership. And it's all just playful enough to work.
Beyond all the gossip floating around—and admittedly, there's a lot of it in this case—the Sony Pictures hack goes in some terrifying new directions that IT professionals should have a strong understanding of. It's time for associations to lead the way.
Leaders at social-service nonprofits aren’t optimistic about their ability to get things done. That has consequences for associations, and for how future leaders are trained. Humility is a virtue, but this may be a bit much. Last month, McKinsey & Company released a report on its 2013 survey of CEOs and other execs at social-sector nonprofits […]
People attend meetings for many reasons, but often at the top of their list is networking opportunities. Is your association doing everything it can to create connections and build relationships among attendees?
A new study illustrates a common productivity killer for many employees. Find out if you’re affected as well as some methods for maximizing workplace efficiency.
As the online physicians' network Doximity continues to grow, the Society of Hospital Medicine aims to help members use the platform for better patient outcomes.
So … how many of your members have old-school clamshell phones that they still actively use? There may be more than you think. Here's a quick reminder to balance the bleeding edge with the tried and true.
Groups make mistakes for a variety of reasons. Fixing the problem often starts with the person leading the group.
Many of your traditional onsite learners have also turned to e-learning in the past few years. But now there’s something new to consider: mobile learning. Should your association implement a strategy around it?
Videoconferencing has great advantages, but to leverage them you’ll need to manage a culture shift, say two association IT pros.