Study: Top Execs Willing to Jump Ship for New Jobs

Associations Now

New analysis of data from a decade ago finds 52 percent of executives were willing to pursue a new job if contacted by a recruiter. Back in 2002, more than half of executives were willing to actively consider a new job when contacted by a recruiter, according to a new study.

Big Data: Big Headache or Big Opportunity for Associations?

Association Adviser

It’s also a great member benefit and new member recruiting tool. Thanks to Michael Lewis’s best-seller Moneyball (later turned into a film starring Brad Pitt), many of you know the story of how the 2002 Oakland A’s baseball team used research and advanced analytics to find highly productive, but underpaid players that would allow them to compete with the richest teams in Major League Baseball for a fraction of the payroll. Hank Berkowitz, Association Adviser.