Working with a board for the first time will test a CEO’s soft-skills savvy. But there are ways to formalize the simple (and tough) business of getting along. If you’re a new CEO, you already know your board at least a little bit—a few of its members have likely sat on the executive search committee […]
After footage surfaced of a dog being mistreated on the set of the film A Dog’s Purpose, the American Humane Association quickly responded, emphasizing that it would fully investigate the incident.
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, whose years-long search was recently suspended, has led the airline industry to come up with new approaches and technology to prevent a similar incident. Satellites specifically designed for this purpose went into orbit just last week.
Officials representing the International Association of Chiefs of Police and 10 other groups released a model policy document meant for police departments to use. The document represents the first time that groups have specifically recommended de-escalation before the use of force.
President-elect Donald Trump and his cabinet nominees aren’t the only ones who face conflicts of interest; association boards experience them too. A governance expert talks about how to handle them the right way.
At its Las Vegas tradeshow this week, the National Shooting Sports Foundation announced it was launching a national antisuicide campaign with the help of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. It comes months after a successful pilot program between the groups.
Your organization may take great strides to influence how you’re seen by the public, but the market may have other ideas. Also: How your organization can set the stage for innovation.
Progress Virginia’s Eyes on Richmond project, developed as a workaround to the state’s decision not to record committee hearings itself for public consumption, is an effort at "radical transparency" in legislation, according to the group.
When 16 Jewish community centers received bomb threats on the same day, JCC Association of North America kept its members informed about the threats in real time.
When it’s time for the administration to turn over, the president uses his farewell speech to build and reinforce his legacy. When an association leader steps down, they face the same challenge—without the benefit of a nationally televised speech.