Cultural and corporate elites have joined together to influence global change with a Plan to Take on the World.
In the latest move taken by an academic group in protest of Israel, the American Anthropological Association voted last week to put a potential boycott of Israeli academic institutions in front of its full membership. Pro-Israel academic groups broadly denounced the move.
New leaders can come to an association eager to make bold changes. That’s a good thing, but you can’t do it alone.
In the weeks after a high-profile scandal led to the resignation of a prominent astronomer at the the University of California-Berkeley, scientific groups have reinforced their approach to fighting sexual harassment.
After more than half of all U.S. governors said they would not allow Syrian refugees to relocate to their states, a number of advocacy and aid groups criticized the governors for what one nonprofit exec called "small-minded panic." Meanwhile, one legal group argued that the governors were overstepping their bounds.
Student-led protests at the University of Missouri regarding mismanagement of racial issues on campus led to the resignation of President Tim Wolfe and changes in university policy. Among them: the hiring of its first ever chief diversity, inclusion, and equity officer.
The Taxicab, Limousine and Paratransit Association’s new president is ready to take on Uber and Lyft, but with a new approach.
Association executives take a bigger role on a magazine's list of the powerful women in Washington, DC. Also: How one museum got beacons working.
A startup mentality can help an association generate new ideas. But success has less to do with "failing fast" than knowing how your organizational structure stands in your way.
See how a change in management style can turn work into more than a job for your employees and improve employee engagement.