The fast-paced, technology-filled world we live in has changed the reality of our everyday work lives. We telecommute, we email to communicate, we hold virtual collaboration meetings, we manage remote locations from the comfort of a home office, we serve a national or international...
A total of 31 percent of trade associations report that they are raising dues in 2013 compared to 21 percent of individual membership organizations. Also, associations with budgets of over $5 million dollars are more likely to be putting a dues increase in place.
April was a particularly active month in terms of grant and procurement news specific to nonprofits. The White House issued guidance on reducing the administrative burden related to grants and other forms of financial assistance in the...
With servant leadership, a leader's primary role is to serve employees. Everyone from Lao-Tzu to Max De Pree thinks this a wonderful model. Why then, asks Professor James Heskett, is this style so rare among CEOs?
Blended job roles have happened more by circumstance than by choice: The recession forced many organizations to combine positions when they might have otherwise avoided such belt-tightening. Combining executive responsibilities can give you a better sense of what your association...
In 1965, 75 percent of all physicians belonged to the American Medical Association. Today less than 25 percent do. This decline can be attributed to six major issues: Technology, generational differences, value expectations, market structure, competition and time constraints....
The abundance of information, resources and relationships that is easily accessible via the Internet increasingly challenges the traditional conference education model. In a world where information is everywhere, do people really want to pay for registration, airfare, lodging...
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