With international travel into the U.S. limited at this time, the White House is taking steps to analyze when that can change—heeding concerns from travel industry groups. Also: The NCAA works to improve equity between its men’s and women’s college basketball tournaments.
The use of employee monitoring software on remote employees might seem like a smart way to handle a difficult situation, but it could raise significant ethical issues—especially if a user’s work computer is also their personal one.
Welcome packets and emails can offer a good starting point for new members, but that may not be enough to keep them around. Here are some tips to help supercharge your member onboarding process.
Should you rely on your gut, the data, or a combination of the two? That’s a question association leaders fret over—and these insights could help your organization make up its mind.
Community management policies need regular updating to match the needs of your membership, says Community by Association’s Marjorie Anderson. But sometimes, changes might need to happen on the fly.
The Coalition to Advance Future Student Success counts a dozen organizational members among its ranks. Also: Why associations need to convey a shared vision to their communities.
The pandemic has a silver lining in the form of a new, potentially compelling line of messaging for your organization. Read on for some tips on uncovering and presenting that story.
With rules easing and schedules filling up once again, the big-city convention may be ready for a comeback. Also: The ALS Association sets a major goal for 2030—fighting to keep those with ALS alive.
Looking for fresh ideas for your association’s nondues revenue strategy? These articles can help.
A meetings expert says that while asynchronous events differ from live, real-time gatherings, on-demand content offers advantages that benefit learners. But planners need to know when the format works best.