October 31 might look different this year, but 58 percent of Americans say they plan to celebrate in some way, according to the National Retail Federation. That’s just one of our 13 associations that make Halloween what it is.
As protests for racial justice swept across the nation over the summer, organizations put renewed energy into their diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Here’s how to make sure this work continues once injustice against marginalized groups fades from the headlines.
A new resource hub has pandemic survival essentials for business owners. Also: Nonprofits led by people of color are wrestling with COVID-19 alongside systemic racism, and the Building Movement Project’s new report reveals the challenges ahead.
A Project Management Office might be a fit for your association. Also: The art of the love letter.
Some young donors may overemphasize for-profit principles in making decisions about giving. Also: How many people can cultural institutions expect to welcome upon reopening?
Your association may have weathered the initial disruption of COVID-19. That doesn’t mean you’re prepared for the next calamity. It's time to review your business continuity plan.
Employee development doesn’t need to cost a bundle—and it could save money, done right. Also: The art of innovation.
The simple way to make sure your virtual breakout sessions deliver. Also: Supporting racial equity through community management.
Good intranet design matters to workers more than you might realize. Also: a way to mimic the spontaneity of in-person events.
Open online courses aren’t going anywhere—and employers should take notice. Also: What are your members’ expectations?