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.
A new study suggests that humility can be a detriment to executives. But it's still a useful tool for leaders.
With both immediate and long-term response in mind, association-backed groups are picking up their efforts to assist as Hurricane Dorian makes its way up the East Coast.
The major hurricane, expected to make landfall in Florida on Labor Day, has associations of all stripes offering advice to ensure maximum safety and minimal damage.
With feet on the ground and satellites in the air, the Amazon Conservation Association is keeping close eye on the rainforest fires in Brazil and Bolivia, with a focus toward future prevention.
New research from the Public Affairs Council finds that association political action committees are more effective when staff and board leadership fully embrace their fundraising roles.
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Without engagement from all stakeholders, your grand plan for a new strategy is likely to fizzle. Making strategy discussions inclusive can help.