Keeping board members on track is never easy, but what do you do when your board falls prey to misinformation — in particular, misinformation of their own making? One member may make a comment, ask a leading question or convey a recent conversation that contains inaccurate...
Your brand is not advertising. Your brand is not a clever name for a product. Your association’s brand is the combination of one hundred little and big things that give members an impression of the organization and what it can do for them. Do you feel your association’s...
One of the major shifts taking place is the growing adoption by consumers of subscriptions for goods and services instead of buying them outright. It is amazing that awareness of the emergence of what many call a subscription economy it is not prominent in associations....
Ideally, an association's mission and vision should be in alignment. Often in reality they are not. Over...
On the heels of new research on millennials that illustrates some potential areas of concern for associations, we take a look at how AIGA, the professional association for design, is adjusting to changing membership demographics and needs.
Sometimes it’s hard to understand why volunteers join a board but don’t seem to engage. Most nonprofit organizations create worthwhile materials, sponsor training, share processes, articulate an “ask” and acknowledge gifts. Many host cultivation events...
Venable's nonprofit organizations practice published "Association TRENDS 2014 Legal Review," sponsored by Venable LLP, in the March 2014 edition of Association TRENDS. The Review provides a recap of some of the more significant legal developments affecting nonprofit organizations...
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