A new study shows a disconnect between staff and finance leaders about priorities, which can have severe implications for a nonprofit's strategy.
New research from Eventsforce shows that more organizations are using event apps, but that there are still challenges when it comes to adoption rates and measuring ROI. A look at how to improve both.
At the 2019 Code Conference, venture capitalist Mary Meeker detailed numerous internet trends giving shape to businesses. Many of them also have implications for associations and their members.
Long the subject of breathless hype, blockchain technology has started to find its way into real-world use cases. A recent whitepaper highlights where associations and their members might come into play.
Workers like their routines, and don't have much faith in their coworkers, according to a recent survey. If leaders want cross-functional activity, they'll have to make the case for it—and nix the useless meetings.
When new tech products are designed and rolled out, there’s lots of focus on user experience (UX). When it comes to meetings, there should be just as much focus on AX, the attendee experience. Here’s how to build an AX strategy.
Platforms like Facebook and Instagram offer capabilities that allow associations to tell stories, engage with supporters, and raise funds.
Influencers on social media don’t always have millions of followers. To reach new audiences, the American Chemical Society targeted “micro-influencers” at the South by Southwest conference, creating a ripple effect that fueled a membership marketing campaign.
Moderating an online community is already hard enough. Don't make it harder by failing to follow your own rules. Just ask YouTube, still smarting after a recent painful misstep.
"New Power" authors and 2019 ASAE Annual Meeting keynoters Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms see a world where people are less inclined to engage with associations. That can change, if associations are willing to loosen the reins a bit.