The Mortgage Bankers Association has joined forces with several other organizations in the mortgage industry, creating a slew of new benefits for its members. What’s the benefit? For the Mortgage Bankers Association, when it comes to forming partnerships, the more the merrier. MBA has teamed up with Fannie Mae, Capital Markets Cooperative, and The Mortgage […]
The Boy Scouts of America president and former defense secretary, who played a pivotal role in ending the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, announced that the scouts would not take any action against local chapters that allowed gay adults in as leaders, and called the current membership restriction unsustainable.
The next generation you'll have to worry about reaching is starting to graduate from high school. Time to get ready. Also: What work will look like by the time all those centennials actually hit the workforce.
Associations are built by and for members, which is why one association promised to put its 15,000th member on the cover of its magazine.
AMC Institute’s new partnership with TelSpan widens the educational offerings available to professional association management companies.
If you're struggling with a board that's either stagnant or too green, it might help to ask your members what they think about term limits. Also: The difference-maker that proves you'll be able to lead.
A new study by the Community Associations Institute found that homeowners associations, co-ops, and condominium communities represent a huge chunk of the American population—and, despite the negative buzz such communities have, most people are actually happy with living in one.
Another study offers evidence that education is one of associations' biggest draws for nonmembers, so how do we get more of those nonmember learners to join?
Thanks to a partnership with RealEstate Business Intelligence, members of two realtor associations have new access to local market data.
A new report sees indications that better days are ahead for volunteers and nonprofits. Plus: A way to settle debates over "who said it first."