Accelerating change is putting more pressure on boards to be alert to disruption and respond quickly to it. A new study suggests how they can do that work.
The American Lung Association’s new INDEPTH training program is designed to help schools fight the surging popularity of vaping among teens, emphasizing education over penalties like school suspension.
Leaders are encouraged to deliver feedback when they should dispense advice, researchers say. The hard part: being the kind of leader people trust to come to for advice.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced a plan this week to put a stronger focus on climate change with a task force that will reach across industries to better understand its impact on businesses.
A new report from the National Association of Corporate Directors underlines the importance of boards being transparent, accountable, involved, and able to keep up with a rapidly changing operating environment.
Getting your association's voice heard on policy issues outside the United States can be a challenge. One group has made headway with a lot of listening and not going it alone.
New machine-learning research on leadership is scrutinizing CEOs' every word and facial expression. But don't rush to change yourself to please an algorithm.
The American Library Association is asking the public to speak up against a decision by Macmillan to severely limit the number of e-books libraries can carry upon a title’s initial release.
While the problem of physician burnout has decreased in recent years, AMA says more progress is needed. The association will work on new research exploring the issue and expand existing programs.
The past century has seen a lot of progress, but what does the next one hold for associations? Readers offer their perspectives on where they see their organizations going in 100 years.