A first-of-its-kind document from the Association of American Medical Colleges lays out 30 core competencies that will be rolled into physician training. The goal: a culture change in how healthcare is provided to the LGBT community.
Two high-profile journalism organizations are working together to offer a free academy designed to teach women the skills needed to be leaders in digital media.
Heroes have a great story worth latching onto, but if you force them to live up to the mantle, you might be waiting a while for them to show up. Also: Get ready to start talking about 2016.
While two public safety groups have signed on to help wireless providers deliver more accurate cellphone location data to 911 dispatchers, several first-responder organizations are urging the FCC to consider alternatives.
In the midst of a long-running controversy regarding gender politics in video games, a leading Swedish trade group for the industry is working to show that it takes sexism concerns seriously.
The ride-sharing company Uber is learning the hard way this morning that riding a high horse is not a good look. Also: A leading association exec talks about the value of excitement in building a solid team.
Is the volunteer talking about his personal needs being selfish---or sending you a message about how your organization can change?
After Maine Gov. Paul LePage described nonprofits as "takers, not givers" and suggested they should be taxed, the Maine Association of Nonprofits launched a strong defense against a statement that the organization says "unfairly maligns" the nonprofit sector as a whole.
With automobile technology ensuring that cars will someday be as connected as mobile phones, industry groups are getting ahead of federal regulations to reassure that drivers' privacy will remain safe.
As difficult as it can be, succession planning can help an organization stay afloat during unsure times. The National Gay Pilots Association learned this after a plane crash claimed the life of its executive director.