Show your smarts by preparing a backup plan when work goes awry. Plus: How participating in a #tweetchat benefits your association.
When the National Cable & Telecommunications Association's newest viral marketing effort drew attention for all the wrong reasons, the group decided to pull the plug. Here's why.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013, a deal worked out between the heads of the House and Senate Budget committees, restores much of the funding cut under sequestration, but a number of associations say that pain points definitely still exist.
New research by the American Enterprise Institute found that the proposed cap on the tax deduction for charitable donations could result in a loss of about $9.4 billion in charitable giving in the short run.
The Deaf Federation of South Africa is complaining to the government about the onstage interpreter at Tuesday’s Nelson Mandela memorial who, it says wasn't using actual sign language.
Seven trade associations representing a variety of industries are launching a new coalition aimed at "bringing the conversation back to issues that matter" to small businesses.
The power of face to face time. Plus: Creating more engaging—and more profitable—association newsletters.
If a niche within your membership feels underserved, you can either adapt to meet its needs or let it go elsewhere. How do you decide?
Give your members what your competition provides... and more. Plus: What your cursive writing says about you.
Months after a system crash caused an hours-long shutdown of the Nasdaq, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association is urging reforms, suggesting that more transparency—and fewer bottlenecks—are needed.