The National Restaurant Association’s ServSuccess program—its launch timed to coincide with the group's 100th anniversary celebration—aims to improve paths for restaurant worker advancement and improve employee retention.
The American Overseas Memorial Day Association, created to honor troops whose final resting place was overseas, has been active for nearly a century.
The Kronos Performing Arts Association helps manage the Kronos Quartet, a well-known international touring act—while keeping a focus on the underlying mission that drives the group’s work.
Two major transportation associations—each focused on a different mode of travel—say this summer is shaping up to be one of the busiest on record.
Members of the newly formed Professional Women’s Hockey Players Association say that they’ll take the next season off, if necessary, to help put together a league that’s more financially sustainable.
The CEO Climate Dialogue brings together a number of major companies as part of a coalition that aims to push the climate discussion forward. It comes as chatter around climate change is heating up.
For years, open-source software has had a rep for being risky compared with managed alternatives. But perhaps the real problem is less about how it’s made and more about how it’s maintained.
A series of recent studies highlights numerous ways that sleep deprivation negatively affects the ability of leaders to do their job properly. (Take the hint!)
It’s surprisingly easy to spend way more than you expected on cloud services. But with a careful reading of your bill and a willingness to change things up, you can keep the expense under control.
The latest annual roundup from the International Congress and Convention Association finds that the U.S. hosts more meetings than any other country, though Europe dominates the city charts.