SIFMA’s Data Aggregation Principles follow reports from government agencies about potential data-security threats for customers sharing financial information online.
New volunteers thrive when they’re given ad hoc opportunities instead of committee roles, according to one expert.
A board chair wields a lot of power, but the role demands that power be shared. One expert’s suggestion: First, get rid of team-building exercises.
The Small Business Roundtable includes six associations representing self-employed workers, women, and entrepreneurs from black and Asian/Pacific Islander communities.
The National Association of Realtors’ new logo, updated for the first time since 1973, aims to respond to a changing real estate industry and to remind people that Realtors are more than just what “mom and dad used.”
Executive burnout has a way of trickling down. The smart leader knows when a break is necessary—and plans ahead for it.
ISACA’s GDPR assessment is one part of a broader strategy to get tech professionals of all types ready for new privacy regulations that start next month.
An estimated 2 million manufacturing jobs expected to go unfilled in the next decade. PMMI’s site is intended to help close the gap.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says that instead of speaking out fast about the Cambridge Analytica scandal, he wanted to speak carefully. The two needn’t be mutually exclusive.
When it comes to self-care, leaders need to manage both themselves and their staffs. From sabbaticals to kitchen cabinets to dedicated reading days, association executives have multiple options.