With the launch of a free online community for plant science, the American Society of Plant Biologists is looking beyond the scope of traditional membership to form relationships with its nonmember audience.
Creating an online community from scratch requires a lot of planning, and failing to put the right foundation in place for the community to thrive can cause problems down the road. That's the thought process behind a fledgling competitor to Reddit, and it should be your strategy, too.
North American associations are often stymied by places like Japan and Great Britain. But one association says there are opportunities there—if you're paying attention.
ASAE's Great Ideas in Association Management Conference, Asia-Pacific, which took place in Hong Kong last week, proved that meeting planners from around the world have a lot in common.
New research shows that email marketing is still a strong player for many organizations, which are planning to increase the time and resources spent toward this type of marketing in 2016.
With lobbying as the primary member benefit, will young people join the newly launched Association of Young Americans? Founder Ben Brown is optimistic and taking an entrepreneurial approach to the tall task ahead.
Automation is a big buzzword these days, and there are reasons to be excited—and scared. But mostly excited. Check out our list of interesting apps that automate your job just enough to make your work life a little bit better.
Getting to lead doesn’t have to involve scheming and backbiting. But it does require a culture where people are free to be candid and persuasive.
A new study suggests you should, but others argue that organizations should not be so quick to discount the power of social media to indirectly raise funds.
To hire an executive with experience in association management or in your members' field is an important choice every association must make from time to time. But how does that choice affect your association's membership performance and your members themselves—if at all?