The Museum Store Association drove business and accomplished its advocacy goals through the launch of November’s Museum Store Sunday. Here’s how the association approached it.
One year in, our Membership Hack column has become your weekly two-minute read for ideas for saving time, money, and other resources while delivering value to your members. Here’s a look back at some personal favorites.
The move by Apple to push out certain classes of template-based apps from its iOS App Store has gained a whiff of controversy in recent months, in no small part because it affects a number of event apps. But the alternative might actually be better in the long run.
Leaders can avoid decisions that intimidate them by piling on studies and discussion. But boards and CEOs can be deliberative while being decisive too.
Major hotel brands are opening innovation labs to allow guests, partners, and employees to test out products and features before they're officially launched. Should your association use one of its conferences to do the same?
The American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association hopes to open up new content areas and draw new audiences with the purchase of an industry magazine.
You don’t need to be a UX pro to understand the basic tenets of digital usability. By adopting a “don’t make me think” attitude, associations can add an element of ease to the member experience.
Your association may have a lot of history at its fingertips—but is that historic value being maximized for public consumption? Here’s a case for digitizing your organization’s archives online.
Volunteer leaders sometime stick around longer than bylaws dictate. That’s a problem not just for the people in charge but those hoping to be.
You can’t rely on your most loyal attendees forever. Now’s the time to think about how to get new attendees registered and onsite.