If innovation is drying up in your organization, maybe it's time to shake up your hiring choices. Also: a new suite of 3-D printing options.
In an effort to remind people of the key role Charles Taylor played in building the first airplane, the Aircraft Maintenance Technicians Association raised more than $6,000 in funds to put a bronze bust of Taylor in the U.S. Air Force Museum.
For women and minorities who advocate for other women and minorities in the workplace, the price of promoting diversity might come as a less favorable performance review, according to a new University of Colorado study.
A diversity expert points out an acting legend's role in the civil rights movement. Also: Association management comes to Reddit (finally).
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.
Amid a series of recent disclosures (and the subsequent backlash) that indicate tech companies have significant racial and gender gaps in their workforces, the CEO of the Information Technology Industry Council says that the industry is taking the problem seriously.
A few shining examples of words that can add more authority to the messages you write. Also: musical advice from a man who knows a thing or two about word crimes.
As the deadline to fund the U.S. Highway Trust Fund approaches, several industry groups are speaking out and asking Congress to come up with a long-term solution to keep America’s highway projects moving.
The group’s president clarified a new resolution made at NFB’s annual convention last week in which it seeks to work with Apple to create policies and standards that would enforce accessibility in the development of mobile applications.
When she was hired as the new executive director of the Wood Component Manufacturers Association in April 2013, Amy Snell, CAE, took over for an organization that needed a new lease on life. Her first year on the job offers lessons for other association leaders championing change.