The March of Dimes achieved its mission of curing polio within 20 years of opening its doors. Since then, it has evolved its goals while maintaining the spirit of its original purpose and embraced the need to find solutions to increasingly complex problems.
The National Association of College and University Business Officers recently launched a consulting service that will help higher-ed institutions solve a host of upcoming challenges ranging from revenue growth to better use of data.
On the heels of a news story saying real estate agents treated clients differently based on race, the National Association of Realtors has launched a new program to improve its members’ knowledge and practices surrounding fair housing.
Flu season is peaking early this year, with many already sick. Ensuring employees understand office sick leave policies and thinking creatively can keep ill staffers at home, healthy workers safe, and your association running smoothly.
Everyone has biases, whether they’re aware of them or not. For leaders, unconscious bias can have a crippling effect on everything from staff diversity to member retention to innovation. For associations to thrive, leaders must tackle their own biases head on.
These four tactics can help you get a read on your own unconscious bias. These four tactics can help you get a read on your own unconscious bias.
A class for members’ colleagues eased a pain point for the Professional Pricing Society.
The Minnesota High Tech Association shows businesses how to attract grant funding.
In sometimes surprising ways, associations play direct and indirect roles in bringing the products, services, and activities of daily life to people around the world. Including snow.
With wildfires raging in Australia, federal agencies in the United States and Canada are sending firefighting personnel—from frontline firefighters to fire behavior analysts—to help squelch the flames threatening that nation.