Sure, your association’s meeting may bring a lot of money to the host city, but why not also give your attendees the opportunity to help out the local community? Service projects will help your attendees feel a closer connection to the city—and also to each other and your association.
Many executives rely on their intuition and other subjective factors when making business decisions, according to a new study. Here’s a look at some of the pros and cons of following your gut instinct.
One association membership pro shares his ideas for keeping colleagues ever mindful of their impact on the member experience.
Last week, pop parodist "Weird Al" Yankovic took over the internet with a series of clever music videos. Behind those videos, however, was the kind of content marketing strategy we're all trying to create for ourselves.
It's lonely at the top: A new study suggests that new nonprofit CEOs get little support from their boards during their first months on the job.
Surprise and delight your meeting attendees with personalized perks, and your association will reap the rewards in term of increased engagement and retention.
The answer to that question is not always straightforward. Here’s how one association is trying to help level the STEM playing field and get more women interested in IT jobs.
In what looks like a continuing trend, another association plans to offer multiple tiers of benefits and dues and explains how both members and the association stand to gain.
A recent study suggests that Apple's operating systems are starting to make headway with enterprise customers. But the interesting thing is why they are—because their users are clamoring for them. The lesson for IT staffs? It's one of flexibility.
The best ideas for your association may come from your employees, but how do you get those ideas launched? Money matters, but so does trust and support.