US Youth Soccer announced this week that it would launch a sport safety initiative that aims to create safe environments for children in youth soccer leagues, while using a data-driven approach to take on concussions and other types of injury.
The International League of Antiquarian Booksellers, a global network of groups for those who sell rare books, led a successful protest against AbeBooks, a company operated by Amazon, after it tried removing countries from its service. The protest saw success in just two days.
Upgrading your association's processes can seem like an inconvenience, but even small changes can better your organization. Also: engaging with attendees on social media.
The generation isn’t as thick with job-hoppers as the stereotype suggests, but a new study signals increasing impatience. Current leaders will need to do more to keep them around.
Stymied by a White House averse to addressing manmade climate change, the science group has launched a program to help members engage at the state and municipal level.
The Diversity Project, modeled after a similar UK effort, is meant to close some very wide gender and ethnicity gaps.
The American Society of Nephrology is trying to look past dialysis for kidney disease patients, and wants outside engineers and investors to help.
Associations are most effective when the C-suite works together, but a recent study suggests divisiveness abounds. Shaking up meetings and prioritizing communication can help.
Concerns about overheated political rhetoric have risen to new levels after this week’s mail-bomb reports. ASAE and other organizations are urging a return to civility in the national conversation.
Mary Bono’s four-day stint as interim CEO of USA Gymnastics puts a spotlight on the need for close scrutiny from boards and search firms.