The decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, which came about in a close vote, has many groups pondering their industries' future without the EU's backing. Here are just a few of the many that spoke up after the vote.
The American Radio Relay League National Field Day, the biggest event of the year for ham radio operators, is all about testing your reach reach. Also: These consultants want to review your online community.
It can be tempting for associations to weigh in on a national tragedy, but before they do, they should consider if the response is built around their legislative agenda or a long-standing position.
Getting feedback—both positive and negative—about conferences and meetings is a great way for associations to improve and evolve. Learn how a “secret attendee” can help better deliver on attendee expectations.
In the lead-up to the Rio Olympics, the International Olympic Committee this week took a stand on a hot-button topic: Whether Russian track and field athletes should be banned from competing amid a doping scandal. Ultimately, they tried to find a compromise.
The National Marine Educators Association’s 2016 Annual Conference starts in Orlando in the upcoming days.
There's a lot of money to be made in software development, says ACT: The App Association. Despite this—and despite the large number of openings—many students aren't receiving the training that would allow them to take advantage of the opportunities.
The Commission for Case Manager Certification and the National Association of Social Workers are working together to increase the number of social workers with a case manager credential.
Personal live streams from smartphones worked around a rule that allowed shutting off public-access television footage on the House floor—and showed how Periscope and other live streaming platforms can be must-see TV. Plus: A classy take on unemployment.
Understanding the havoc cyberattacks can wreak on an association’s business is the first step to remaining proactive against them. Lisbeth Salander, the unlikely heroine of the Millennium series by Stieg Larrson, is a hacker—and a crack one at that. In the fourth book, which was written by David Lagercrantz after Larrson’s untimely death in 2004, […]