Announcements that two iconic business leaders would be leaving their roles highlight the challenges of maintaining culture amid leadership transitions. Here’s how associations in the same boat can find their path forward.
The AMA’s CEO and executive vice president takes steps to reconsider the controversial founder of the organization. Also: Learn strategies for effectively repurposing content.
Once burdened with a top-heavy leadership structure, the Ontario Medical Association has successfully found a way to be more nimble and forward-thinking.
Chosen by the National Association of the Deaf to perform at the Super Bowl pregame, a deaf performer brought down the house and amplified the need for visual language in a range of events and communications.
All those Zoom calls have kept your organization running, but plenty of challenges remain. Two association experts share some keys for managing through the pandemic and beyond.
John Graham IV, FASAE, CAE, will be inducted into the Events Industry Council's Hall of Leaders. Also: A medical association stands up for a doctor facing criminal charges for distributing the COVID-19 vaccine rather than wasting it.
It’s not just about a pretty picture. Bennie Johnson, executive director of AIGA, discusses how the central concepts of the graphic design organization can translate to leadership.
Research shows that boards are busier than ever now, but working from a distance has created new pressure to make all of that effort effective.
Association professionals are always on the move. Here’s our periodic roundup of new hires, career changes, and retirements across the association industry.
The pandemic may have prompted a search for quick fixes, but associations found that holding steady on a long-term, forward-thinking plan makes more sense.