Too often, it seems like we're fighting against the stuff that should be making our lives easier, rather than keeping things simple. A few smart words from a guy who built his life in technology could help as you figure out your own technology balance.
Authenticity goes a long way when it comes to your association’s marketing and communication efforts. In fact, it could mean more engaged members and revenue.
A years-long drought in California has made water conservation a priority for convention centers and other meeting venues across the state. Here’s a look at how they’re managing.
New research provides an argument for not succeeding. Coming up just short of a goal might actually prove more motivational in achieving a different goal than having been successful the first go-around.
Associations wants to hire people who have the savvy and skills to thrive in today’s evolving marcomm environment. Here’s how to find your next superstar.
Drafting a strategic communications plan is hard enough, but keeping it relevant can be more difficult. One piece of advice: Don't ever put it on a shelf.
Associations are built by and for members, which is why one association promised to put its 15,000th member on the cover of its magazine.
Five decades ago, Moore's Law—a specific philosophy on technical innovation in the semiconductor industry—helped set the tone for a technology revolution that hasn't slowed down since. Likewise, your association's potential for embracing technology should be defined by a willingness to see the big picture, not your current limitations.
You may get caught up in all the bells and whistles that a platform offers. But what matters most is that your members use it, which means less is more trumps new and shiny functionality.
You know that old saying, “There’s no ‘I’ in team?” To make sure your team works best, all parties must be committed to regular and clear communication.