An unclear business strategy can spell disaster for your organization. Leaders should develop a pragmatic approach that allows team members to be productive through ambiguity. Also: Give stakeholders a volunteer management report.
The impact of the federal government shutdown on air travel is being felt acutely this week at airport security checkpoints, but other effects could linger long into the future, according to aviation and travel associations.
Economic signals suggest some belt-tightening may be on the agenda for 2019. Lessons from the last recession may offer some guidance for handling the next one.
A number of national parks have suffered severe declines in service—and have faced closures—as a result of the ongoing partial shutdown of the federal government. Associations have offered both financial assistance and advocacy support amid the shutdown.
Gender diversity within boards is improving gradually, but not at a level that can make an impact. To incite change, boards might have to rethink their processes.
Organizational transformations aren’t easy if your team members aren’t on board. Talk to them with empathy to make the transition run smoothly. Also: how to communicate a membership dues increase.
The civil rights organization launched a weeklong boycott of Facebook Tuesday, saying it had failed to respond strongly enough to misinformation posted on the platform in 2016 that reportedly aimed to keep African-American voters from the polls.
Success in some areas can lead to a false sense of satisfaction. A closer look can reveal where you might be leaving money on the table.
Whether in big cities or small towns, recruiting is becoming a major challenge for Minnesota police forces—and it’s a problem the Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association’s Wear the Badge campaign aims to reverse.
In the likability versus skills debate, competency wins out, according to a new study. Also: what an office dog can do for company culture.