Year over year, the priorities of a nonprofit organization change. As major planning takes place, why is it that committees and their composition often remain relatively unchanged? It would be the same as leaving the budget unchanged year over year regardless of the changes...
While working at a large association you have likely learned to live with silos, smokestacks, or stovepipes. No matter what you call them you know their organizational impact is the same: inefficiency, dysfunction, hard feelings, and low moral.
Will members get enough value from our association in the future? Yes, membership may have held steady last year. Yes, retention metrics may also be stable. But that doesn’t mean we are free from worry. Always looming is the big...
In the end, keeping your members coming back to your community comes down to more than just making participation into a game, or training your members to login every day. Without engaging content, none of that really matters.
How can you ensure attendees retain information long after the event is over, rather than forgetting their learning and new-found knowledge the moment they leave the venue? Here are 6 simple ways to turbo-charge learning and retention at your next meeting.
Adopting non-financial/quantitative measures requires a culture change as well as a different way of doing business. It starts, however, with acknowledging and detecting new sources of value, identifying drivers of success and conducting...
In the Star Wars franchise, the weapons of the dark side are control, fear, indoctrination and manipulation. These are often the very same weapons used against associations: control, fear, indoctrination and manipulation. Fear of change, fear of failure, fear of rejection...
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