With Ivy League and other liberal arts colleges struggling to integrate combat veterans into their student bodies, nonprofits are working to ensure that there's a path to elite higher education from the military.
"Sesame Street" has experienced an enormous amount of change since kids first met Big Bird in 1969. Some of the creative minds behind the show, speaking at an association conference over the weekend, say staying focused on the mission has been key to its success in remaining relevant for nearly half a century.
Thanks, in part, to a push by the Motion Picture Association of America, a handful of film-production crews will be able to use the unmanned devices to get a perfect shot.
The early months of a CEO's tenure can be tense. One association leadership expert discusses how to go from newbie to leader who's earned the board's support.
With three of the group's most prominent member companies on board—along with a political figure no less esteemed than Bill Clinton—the association hopes to significantly cut calories consumed from beverages by 2025.
An Australian startup CEO gets pilloried for his comments on why he hires women. Also: A major technology company stops making laptops for a major market—for now.
What are the important issues affecting young professionals in the association community? According to discussions at the recent NextGen Association Summit, integration is one.
At a time when some of its members are using commercial drones to photograph their properties, despite a current ban on the practice, the National Association of Realtors plans to work with the FAA to standardize drone policy.
The painful lesson about mission statements one nonprofit-focused professor learned from a recent assignment. Also: Sorry, micromanagers, but you're getting called out.
Wayman, who died earlier this month at the age of 92, was the person who did the most to spearhead the modern Consumer Electronics Show, one of the world's most celebrated tradeshows. Here's his story.