A Harvard Business School professor warns that the wrong tactics could harm employees’ ability to come up with new and creative ideas. Also: Make sure your influencer marketing strategy makes sense.
The Amazon founder is making his first major donation to causes he’s interested in, but the response to the announcement and the politics swirling around it show that even big donations can be seen through a critical eye.
From setting strategy to leading implementation, financial heads at associations are tasked to do more than crunch numbers. It’s a tricky job, but they’re not alone in managing it.
With an ongoing pilot shortage affecting service in small airports, the Air Line Pilots Association is offering a series of solutions that focus on drawing in new pilots and improving the financial stability of the airports.
Creating inclusive teams starts with addressing intersectionality. Then, make it part of your organization’s operations. Also: how to cancel a conference.
A recent study makes the case that putting too much emphasis on personality traits, particularly narcissism, can prove a roadblock to doing the right thing.
Tariffs Hurt the Heartland will bring together more than 80 trade associations and two separate coalitions opposed to tariffs in a coordinated response to the Trump administration’s aggressive tariff actions.
With Hurricane Florence headed toward the East Coast and other tropical storms and hurricanes brewing, groups are looking to help businesses and residents prepare.
The Organic Trade Association, which had tried and failed to get the federal government to back a checkoff program for organic foods, will instead launch a voluntary checkoff program of its own under the OTA banner—with member assistance, of course.
The U.S. Tennis Association and other major tennis groups said that a championship match between Serena Williams and Naomi Osaka highlighted officiating inconsistencies that dog the sport.