Police groups nationwide have raised questions about the strategy President Obama has put forth in restricting certain kinds of military equipment from being given to local police departments, but similar legislation in Congress is drawing interest from a tactical-officers group.
Drafting a strategic communications plan is hard enough, but keeping it relevant can be more difficult. One piece of advice: Don't ever put it on a shelf.
The deadly biker gang shooting outside of a Waco restaurant on Sunday drew widespread media attention, both due to its unusual circumstances and the violence that took place. But for groups focused on investigating motorcycle gangs, it didn't come as a big surprise.
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John Graham, CAE, talks about his time with the Boy Scouts and shares how the road to becoming an Eagle Scout prepared him for a career in association management. Graham is being recognized this week as Citizen of the Year by the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Zappos’ recent shift to “holacracy” hasn’t been easy. One expert says associations can pull it off—if it’s handled with care.
Counting prominent brands like Jameson and Bushmills in its cabinet, the Irish Whiskey Association hopes to expand its industry's market share by 300 percent worldwide in the next 15 years. It's bold, but then again, so are the single malts.
Valuable lessons from the near firing of a Facebook luminary. Plus: Bicycle activists bring online discussions to the real world.
Citing a lack of uniform rules for the use of child restraint systems on planes traveling internationally, the International Air Transport Association has drafted guidelines to make this process more uniform globally and is calling on airline safety regulators to put its recommendations into practice.
At a time when prominent clubs are facing closure and the United Kingdom's highest-ranking police officer has recommended shutting bars down, the Night Time Industries Association hopes to give the industry a better spin.