MIT researchers have identified three characteristics of top-performing teams. Find out what they have in common and how you can build those attributes into your next team project.
Two research studies on volunteer motivations and experiences offer new clues about how to find and keep happy member volunteers at your association.
A recent report from a nonprofit software maker suggests that associations are going to become increasingly customer-driven, not just membership-driven. Does the road to increased consumer dues run through technology offerings? Here's a hypothetical to get your brain moving.
Of course you want feedback from your conference attendees, but there also may be lots of value in what your non-attendees have to say. What should you ask?
New research from the Society for Human Resource Management indicates that only about a third of organizations are preparing for a workforce that skews older. Find out why recruiting, retaining, and capitalizing on the know-how of older workers makes good business sense.
A new survey of associations on their membership performance shows some still lack a clear view of vital membership statistics like retention, engagement, and market share.
The charity event Awesome Games Done Quick, a weeklong gaming livestream featured on the videogame site Twitch, raised more than $1.5 million for charity research earlier this month. How they did it says a lot about the value of embracing niche audiences online.
Don't assume everybody agrees on what your organization's mission is. Asking may stoke an argument but unlock new ideas.
Registration for meetings and events is about more than the process. It’s also about what’s included, the price, and any extras that come with it. Here’s a look at how three associations are thinking outside the box when it comes to registration packages.
A bestselling memoir and its film adaptation have spurred growing interest in the Pacific Crest Trail. See how the association dedicated to promoting and preserving the trail is leveraging this new popularity toward its mission, and find out how other organizations are taking cues from pop culture.