Arrested Development? A Strategic Approach to Technology Reboots Association Growth

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Somewhere back in the Dark Ages of IT- say two years ago, because that’s how fast the electronic world moves now ¬- we thought about technology as a tool to do business. Technology has made the leap out of the toolbox.

Webinar Recap: Talent Generation: An Important and Unexpected Role for Associations

Blue Sky eLearn

We’ve had a fluctuating, uncertain economy since 2002. Rapidly changing technology. We have had more technology developed in the past 5-10 years than the 50 years before that. New ideas or technology is often shot down – worrying over impacting legacy business. Research has shown productivity has been declining since 1965 and job satisfaction has been declining since 1987. Did you miss the live webinar? Read the recap here! We are at the end of an era.

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Top 20 Tech Sites That SocialFish Follows

SocialFish

At this age of the modern century, technology has emerged tremendously with new technological inventions and latest apps existing in the technological sectors. At the heart of the digital invention is technology where gadgets, software, and apps came into existence.

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Top 20 Tech Sites That SocialFish Follows

SocialFish

At this age of the modern century, technology has emerged tremendously with new technological inventions and latest apps existing in the technological sectors. At the heart of the digital invention is technology where gadgets, software, and apps came into existence. People utilize technology for granted and to keep themselves updated. These blogs are related to the latest product reviews, news, tech guides and many more.

Email Marketing Trends: What’s Hot in 2017

Associations Now

Read on for some suggestions on to improve your email production workflow. But email—in ways different from Twitter, Facebook, or even your blog platforms—is incredibly challenging to work with from a production standpoint.

State Government Groups Release Recommendations for IT Procurement

Associations Now

Two groups representing state employees released an action plan, encouraging state governments to improve the process of acquiring technology. However, NASCIO has been working to modernize procurement since 2002, though without as strong an advocacy campaign behind it, Robinson explained.

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Seen Elsewhere: Crowdsourcing.

Idea Architects

Companies increasingly look to customer-generated innovations, co-creating products and services with the input and effort of end users. IDEO, one of the worlds most successful product design and innovation firms, offers an excellent example of the thinking and input stages required to involve large numbers of individuals in crowdsourced thinking, at Open IDEO. Dec 2002 (6). Nov 2002 (4). Sep 2002 (2). Aug 2002 (3). Jul 2002 (3). Jun 2002 (2).

Book Review: iPhone Millionaire

SocialFish

Up until now the technology of the web has pretty much only allowed text – and then stills, but video is fast arriving. Now, for the first time, hundreds of millions of people (literally) are walking around with a complete professional television and video production studio – in their pockets.

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Social Media and Electronic Discovery: A New Nightmare

SocialFish

I’m not very tech savvy so I go to the Computer Security Institute (CSI) when I have technology-based risk management questions.

Moderating Discussions in the Modern World

Association Adviser

Products like GoToMeeting—or Google+ Hangouts for those on a budget—have made “face-to-face” possible for groups no matter where they are in the world. Dana Plotke, Naylor.

Game Plan 2014: Seeing Around the Corners

Association Adviser

Year-round, 365-day engagement through technology and social media is one of the biggest trends she has observed. Bringing new products and services to the market (depending which industry we are talking about) can be slow.

It's good to step back every now and then

Idea Architects

Looking back If I judged my success since founding Idea Architects in 2002 by business volume alone, it’s been a nice decade for the most part. It’s been awhile. Sorry for the lack of advance notice, but I decided to use February as a month for some major reflection and reassessment.

The Importance of Getting Lots of Little Things Done Well Every Day

Association Adviser

Christine Smith, Boxwood Technology. This month’s Corner Office spotlight shines on Christine Smith, president of Boxwood Technology , a leading provider of online career centers and career-related services to more than 1,100 associations.

Big Data: Big Headache or Big Opportunity for Associations?

Association Adviser

” Melia said never waste an opportunity to get good feedback from your members, but do it in short digestible bites, such as by adding a question to your dues bills, product shipments or annual conference surveys. As best-selling author and product innovation expert Tony Ulwick explained at last week’s Innova-Con 2014 conference in New York, don’t ask customers or members what they want in a product, ask them what types of “jobs” they need to have done better.