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Going Virtual: What We’ve Learned Supporting 2000+ Virtual Events in 6 Months Part I

Blue Sky eLearn

The post Going Virtual: What We’ve Learned Supporting 2000+ Virtual Events in 6 Months Part I appeared first on Blue Sky eLearn.

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Book Review: The Knowing-Doing Gap

Jamie Notter

Consulting. Speaking. About. Contact. Generations. Humanize. Books: Jamie Notter. Leadership insight.right when you need it. Book Review: The Knowing-Doing Gap. Posted January 10, 2012. in Books and Reading - 3 comments. Tweet. As authors Pfeffer and Sutton point out, there are nearly 2,000 books published each year, just in the “Business” category.

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SCD Group: 5 articles for CEOs and other Association Professionals

SCD Group

Since 2000, associations have experienced a barrage of challenges that have weakened their position in the marketplace. Pages. About. Contact. Causeaholic. AMR Management Services. Stronger by Association. Sunday, July 8, 2012. 5 articles for CEOs and other Association Professionals. 5 Steps for Continued Association Growth in a Changing Market. By Sara Sladek via Affiniscape.

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Why is disengagement happening at associations?

YourMembership Blog

The year was 2000. Millennials and generation Y just feel they don’t belong. The startup that launched in 1998 had outgrown the garage, relocating to a nondescript building in an office park a couple of miles off the highway. Outside that building, on an asphalt parking lot, yellow police tape marked off an area where. The post Why is disengagement happening at associations? appeared first on YourMembership. Membership & Marketing Member Engagement Millennials

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Associations Live: Don't laugh - I was being frugal

Associations Live

My home desk top in 2000. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Associations Live. Connecting MSAE members and a world of ideas! Monday, August 23, 2010. Dont laugh - I was being frugal. I bought my home lap top in 1997. They have both been working, sort of. Just got a new lap top - took all the info from the other two, combined it, bought a new wireless router. Wow, what a difference. Fast, clean, organized, better. It took some time, cost some money - but I can be much more productive.

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Associations Live: World record

Associations Live

We filed with the state in February 2000 - changed from Minnesota to Midwest. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Associations Live. Connecting MSAE members and a world of ideas! Tuesday, April 20, 2010. World record. Going for the world record - in changing the association name. Changed the mail, changed the bank, checks, stationary, IRS, paychex. Thought we had it all done. Have found out that one department of the IRS doesnt sync with the part of the IRS that handles the pensions.

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What’s Next? 6 Membership Trends to Watch in 2017

Socious

It seems like only yesterday we were worried about what would happen when the computers hit the year 2000. Now it’s nearly 2017 and a lot has changed. Just think about technology. I was watching a movie from 2001 recently and one of the main characters had a laptop. They said the word “laptop” with the same reverence of someone talking about the “goose that laid the golden egg.” In 2001, a laptop was a prized possession.

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Hone in on what your virtual conference is telling you.

HighRoad Solution

And not because she did the 60s style purple sunglasses and cream-colored boa right in the year 2000 Almost Famous film. Kate Hudson was onto something. Rather, in the same film, she coined the phrase, "It's all happening.". That's what comes to mind when I think of virtual event shift.

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Association Chat Group Chat on January 24th: Amazon Smile’s Untimely Demise + ChatGPT Ate My Job Edition!

AssociationChat

Join the Open Association Chat Group Chat at 2 pm ET on Tuesday, January 24th: The “Amazon Smile’s Untimely Demise + ChatGPT Ate My Job” Edition! It’s an open Association Chat group discussion!

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How does your social media activity measure up?

Optimist Consulting

The survey was completed by over 2000 marketing professionals. It was interesting to see the latest results of the Chartered Institute’s Social Media Benchmarking survey recently. It is cross-sector, so it takes into account the views of private sector organisations which typically have larger budgets/teams than non-profit organisations. Yet there is still a sense that everybody is learning and hoping to improve their use of social media. See the inforgraphic from the survey below.

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How to be a World Changing Leader

Association Leaders

I remember watching great UT football teams in the 1970′s and again in the 2000′s. My brother-in-law graduated from the University of Texas. I’ve often thought fondly of UT. My oldest son has been a HUGE UT fan since he was very young. One wall of his room is painted burnt orange and the skull of a Texas Longhorn hangs on it. Recently, my brother-in-law sent me a copy of the text of the University of Texas 2014 Commencement speech given by Naval Admiral William H.

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Why Was Boxwood Technology Called “Boxwood Technology”?

Association Adviser

It’s the year 2000: Colored sunglasses are in, the last Peanuts comic strip runs in newspapers, and the first crew arrives at the International Space Station. Our job board software has received similar nurturing attention since its introduction in 2000, and we are proud to offer this robust product that is foundational to many associations’ career resource portfolio.

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Re-energize your career center.

YourMembership Blog

Our average attention span has fallen from 12 seconds in 2000, or around the time the mobile revolution began, to now eight seconds. Reach more job seekers with the power of social networking. Technology doesn’t just change how we do our jobs; it redefines the skills needed to do them. Technology also makes it increasingly more difficult to find the most qualified job applicants.

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Virtual Named to the Inc 5000 List for the Third Year

Virtual

In fact, my quick scan of the top 500 found only 20 companies formed prior to the year 2000. Magazine has released their annual “ Fasting Growing Private Companies in America ” edition. And for the third time in recent years, Virtual was right there on the list, nestled among some pretty cool companies. It was interesting paging through the edition—it helped me realize a few things about the nature of growing companies and the state of the economy.

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Friday Top 5

Thanks For Playing

Don't feel like wading through a 2000 page bill? In case you've been, I don't know, in a coma for the last 24 hours, SCOTUS voted to uphold the Affordable Care Act. Even more amazingly, Chief Justice Roberts was the deciding vote (and whoever had that in their office pool just made a MINT). Top 5 Best Things About ACA: Children can no longer be denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions. Starting in 2014, ADULTS can no longer be denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions.

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Having Trouble Planning a Vacation? Use This Tool

Associations Now

days but well below the 20.3-day average that was common between 1978 and 2000, according to the association [PDF]. The U.S. Travel Association has created an interactive PTO-planning tool in honor of Tuesday’s National Plan for Vacation Day.

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3 surprising facts from PARN’s Professional Body Sector Review 2014

Optimist Consulting

per year during 2000 – 2013. I was delighted to attend the launch of PARN’s 2014 ‘ Professional Body Sector Review ’last week. It was hosted by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in its 5 th floor conference suite; the views over the Thames were amazing. The report provides an overview of the sector, mixing research data with case studies. I thought I’d share three interesting facts from the report: 1) Chartership is on the rise.

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The Importance Confidence Plays In The Workplace with Susan Marshall of The Backbone Institute

Association Mavens

Published in 2000, it has been translated into multiple languages and is particularly popular in Asia. She led a successful turnaround of a privately held marketing firm in the mid-1990s and has served as an adjunct faculty member for University of Michigan Professor Noel Tichy’s executive leadership programs since Fall, 2000. [link]. In this Association Maven’s episode, Josh Studzinski interviews Susan Marshall on how confidence plays a critical role in our jobs.

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Employee Spotlight: Lynn Dubit, Finance & Administration 

Protech

While working in Finance & Administration, Lynn has been with the team for many of the company’s major milestones, including the introduc tion of Microsoft Dynamics CRM to the association marketplace in the early 2000 s. . By The Protech Team .

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The Myth of Generation Z

Jamie Notter

Wait, also 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, or sometime between 2000 and 2006. I see a lot written these days about this mysterious new generation that follows the Millennials, often called Generation Z. Yes, just when you thought you had figured out the “kids these days,” now you have to start all over again with a whole new generation! Or do you?

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Is Your Sales Commission Plan Working Against You?

Association Success

When asked what the rate was for an online ad, she indicated that it was $2000. Then I asked her to do the math: 20% of $8000 = $1600; 20% of $2000 = $400. And isn’t the association better off keeping 50% of $2000 rather than 80% of $0? Some radical recalculations could speed you towards your revenue goals. I was recently speaking with an association publisher who told me that she was considering replacing the advertising representative firm she had been using with another.

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Interview with an Expert Series: Tracy King

Blue Sky eLearn

Paul liberal arts university back in 2000. Education is a lifelong passion for Tracy. Throughout her early career she was repeatedly asked to develop and deliver training – so she decided to pursue her masters and become an instructor. Fresh out of graduate school, she realized she was a subject expert but had a lot to learn about learning. Her first day in the classroom she could see before her eyes when her methods succeeded or epically failed.

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Science Group: Without Action, Extreme Heat Could Go “Off the Charts”

Associations Now

Between 1971 and 2000, “off the charts” days only happened in two states, Arizona and California. Between 1971 and 2000, only about 1,900 people nationwide, on average, had to deal with five days in a row of an off-the-charts heat index. In a new report, the Union of Concerned Scientists says that deadly levels of heat could emerge nationwide throughout the 21st century if nothing is done to counteract climate change. In most of the country, it’s pretty hot outside this week.

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Reclaiming Twitter for Conversation

Reid All About it

Sure, scores of tweets passed through my stream from the nearly 2000 accounts I follow, but either I couldn’t think of anything to say or the tweets were automated. Something unusual happened to me yesterday. I had a conversation on Twitter. You might be surprised to hear that, after all, I’ve been a Twitter resident for a long time. But somehow the magic between me and Twitter has faded over the years.

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Going Paperless

Association Adviser

Pam suggested going paperless with insertion orders in 2000. On the 2000 cruise, my suggestion was that we create a paperless ad insertion order system. Everyone at Naylor works with a computer, if not more than one computer. But this hasn’t always been the case. Naylor didn’t go “paperless” until 2001.

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The Vital Association

Potomac Core

In 2000, the organization changed its name to the Solar Electric Power Association. In an evolving and complex world , is it possible for associations to become vital to the industries they serve? Today’s norm means slow or uncertain market growth , member expectations of direct return on engagement , and an emerging view that an association either drive or facilitate market disruption. As organizations consider these factors, is becoming a vital association too tall an order to fill?

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Association Blasts Medicare for Paying Unlicensed Prosthetics Providers

Associations Now

A report in Modern Healthcare details the controversy, which came to a head when AOPA released a study last month [PDF] indicating that the number of Medicaid patients receiving equipment from providers who aren’t certified had not changed, despite congressional and regulatory efforts in 2000 and 2005 to reduce the number of claims paid to such vendors.

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15 Changes in the Learning Business Landscape

Leading Learning

Finally, SaaS has also driven the evolution of e-learning standards as the SCORM specifications introduced in 2000 slowly give way to xAPI and other standards that provide for handling of data that is generated outside of a specific learning management system.

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.18.20

Reid All About it

Going Virtual: What We’ve Learned Supporting 2000+ Virtual Events in 6 Months. The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Association marketing.

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Get Your Intellectual Exercise

Reid All About it

Here’s one about the findings of a study that followed 2000+ students through four years of college. “. You know those news stories that cause your mouth to fall open? large numbers (of students) didn’t learn the critical thinking, complex reasoning and written communication skills that are widely assumed to be at the core of a college education.

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Including Outsiders

Jamie Notter

” They proclaimed that to be the official philosophy of the city back in 2000, but you see evidence of it everywhere. I just spent a few days in Key West, Florida on vacation. I can’t say enough good things about Key West; it’s a fabulous place to vacation. But you know me, even on vacation I end up thinking about organizational issues! And the issue that showed up loud and clear on this vacation was inclusion.

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What the German Football Association Figured Out About Talent Development

Associations Now

In 2000, the German national soccer team was embarrassed and seemed lost after it was knocked out of an early round of Europe’s biggest tournament. More than a decade ago, after years of struggle that culminated in an early exit from UEFA Euro 2000, Europe’s biggest tournament, the German Football Association decided it was time to reassess how the country developed young athletes who would eventually play for the national team.

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Using Personalization to Stop Choice Overload

Association Success

There is a famous study from 2000 that found that choice can actually paralyze the consumer, or in our case, a member. The question of how to get the best out of a database has been plaguing associations for years. We see some organizations treating their data like precious storage, while others see it more as a playground. . I think your database is like your garage. You wouldn’t want everything just thrown in there haphazardly that it makes it too difficult to find what you need later.

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Introducing the 2020 Community Movers + Shakers

Higher Logic

Patrick has been managing online communities since 2000 and is the author of Managing Online Forums, a practical guide to managing online communities and social spaces. Online communities are powerful.

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Bye Bye land-line?

Associations Live

The former Ma Bell said in the filing that land line use had dropped 42% from 2000 to 2008. AT &T recently asked the Communications Commission for relief from regulations that require it to maintain an analog wired network. Just wondering when I will have to give up my land line? My DSL is tied in with it. I would have to switch my internet connection to cable, and I am hesitant about that, since they seem to raise their rates every other day.

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Learning from Big Learning: 15 Lessons

Leading Learning

While he is admittedly above average, Khan himself created more than 2000 videos in the early days of Khan Academy.).

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FCC to Accept Applications for Nonprofit FM Radio Stations (Eventually)

Associations Now

For the first time since 2000, the Federal Communications Commission is preparing to open an application window for low-powered FM station licenses, giving nonprofits a chance to get their message out over the airwaves. ” OneAmerica hopes it will have a new way to speak directly to its audience when the Federal Communications Commission opens the call for nonprofits to apply for low-powered FM station licenses , something it hasn’t done since 2000.

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No Smoking on Planes: Lung Association Reflects on Major Legislative Win

Associations Now

By 2000, the law was expanded to include international flights to and from the United States. A quarter-century ago, the American Lung Association successfully made the argument to Congress that smoking shouldn’t be allowed on planes. This week, the association celebrates the anniversary of that achievement—and looks forward to the steps it hopes to take next. Before we got rid of smoking in restaurants, we got rid of smoking on airplanes.

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Bar Association Welcomes Diversity at the Top With New President

Associations Now

While the percentage of female lawyers has increased from 8 percent to 30 percent between 1980 and 2005, around 88 percent of lawyers are white—a number that has stayed stagnant between the 2000 and 2010 U.S. Labor and employment attorney Paulette Brown became the American Bar Association’s first black female president last week and has pledged to make diversity a rallying cry for the association.

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The World of Opportunities for AMCs: A YM Perspective

YourMembership Blog

In early 2000, we were focused on state and local chapter associations, which we viewed as being underserved by the association management software (AMS) providers of the day. This week YourMembership.com is “on the road” in Tempe, Arizona attending the 2014 AMC Institute Annual Meeting. We are proud to be the Platinum Sponsor for AMCi, because Association Management Companies (AMCs) have always been an important part of our success.