Here are six tips associations can use when writing and sending out press releases.
As voice recognition apps spread, associations are exploring ways to answer common membership questions and provide popular services using voice command.
A recent controversy involving the group that sets the rules of the road for the web is a great reminder of how challenging standards-making really is, even if your standards are the ones everyone is using.
A grasp of the numbers helps, but an increasingly complex world demands better communication skills too.
In order to make meetings more inclusive and welcoming, it’s often a good idea to get all generations—young, seasoned, and somewhere in between—involved in the planning process. Here's a look at how to do it with your young professionals.
The Lions Club International, one of the world’s largest service organizations, recently turned 100. To celebrate, Lions planned an anniversary party recognizing and incentivizing membership.
Beyond being a nice thing to have and an important nod to diversity and inclusion, ensuring your website is accessible might soon be mandated by legal rulings. One recent U.S. federal court decision strongly suggests that the Americans With Disabilities Act might have a home on the World Wide Web.
Even the best executives have blind spots. A little introspection can help uncover them, but getting feedback beyond the performance review is essential.
Are you asking attendees the same old questions on your postconference surveys? If so, you may want to consider adding these to get a fresh perspective.
Associations that want to develop the next generation of talented association staffers should consider starting an association-wide internship program.