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 association no doubt puts out great pieces of content regularly; whether it be an amazing speaker, a panel, a research study or simply a paper or series of articles. Naturally you want your members to get the full benefit of this information....
Gamification is catching more attention in conference and expo circles. Typically, conference organizers will create a game within the context of an event to increase attendee exposure to a product or service. Gamification is often...
As we continue on into 2014, the pace of change remains brisk. Whether online or off, there are new opportunities and challenges to be found everywhere, and in many ways, what happens over the course of the next few years will shape how...
Even small improvements in the renewal rates for an organization can have a dramatic impact on the overall membership. For example, going from the average individual association renewal rate of 79 percent to an 85 percent rate, increases the average tenure of your membership...
In this article, Brad Field, author of the new book, “Startup Boards: Getting the Most Out of Your Board of Directors,” discusses his ideal board meeting and lays out a recipe for productive board discussions.
There are a few things your association needs to know about social media in 2014: 72 percent of people using the internet are active on social media; 89 percent of 18-29 year olds are using social media; 71 percent of social media...
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