The Big Picture: Ask a Working Woman

The Big Picture

Talking to Strangers » July 19, 2006. If youre a working woman, participate in the AFL-CIOs 2006 Ask a Working Woman Survey , and your input will be presented "to every U.S. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « The newest Acronym in Washington | Main. Ask a Working Woman.

The Big Picture: The State of the Blogosphere (and the Blogoclump)

The Big Picture

» March 23, 2006. David Sifry , founder and CEO of Technorati, recently posted his first update of 2006 on the state of the blogosphere. Posted by: Jeff De Cagna | March 24, 2006 at 07:15 PM. Posted by: Kevin Holland | April 05, 2006 at 02:05 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

The Big Picture: What's your association's ROPI?

The Big Picture

Click Here » February 20, 2006. 6, 2006) , he recommends that in the midst of the Abramoff/lobbyist backlash businesses need to take notice of their return on political investment (ROPI) - a companys return on lobbying and campaign contributions. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

Wild Apricot Blog : Why did we name our system Wild Apricot?

Wild Apricot

System 169

Wild Apricot Blog : On decision-making in non-profits

Wild Apricot

The Big Picture: New International Survey on New Media Practices.

The Big Picture

Most overused phrases in press releases » December 05, 2006. Posted by: Amanda Chapel | December 05, 2006 at 12:07 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Five Best Books on Public Relations | Main. New International Survey on New Media Practices Uncovers Disparity in PR.

Survey 100

Wild Apricot Blog : The Evolution of Fund-Raising – From Telethons to Online Giving

Wild Apricot

150
150

The Big Picture: Five Best Books on Public Relations

The Big Picture

New International Survey on New Media Practices Uncovers Disparity in PR » November 27, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « The Ugly Truth about Media Bias—and What It Means to PR Practitioners | Main. | Five Best Books on Public Relations.

Wild Apricot Blog : Trends and Best Practices for Associations

Wild Apricot

The Big Picture: Help Jeff Change This

The Big Picture

Out and About at the Tri-State Conference » October 12, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Ethics as a Recruitment Tool | Main. | Help Jeff Change This. I voted for Jeffs manifesto at ChangeThis - if youre an association executive you should do the same.

Wild Apricot Blog : Wild Apricot usability review

Wild Apricot

Review 150

The Ugly Truth about Media Bias?and What It Means to PR - TypePad

The Big Picture

Five Best Books on Public Relations » October 17, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Out and About at the Tri-State Conference | Main. The Ugly Truth about Media Bias—and What It Means to PR Practitioners.

The Big Picture: Ethics as a Recruitment Tool

The Big Picture

Help Jeff Change This » September 12, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Talking to Strangers | Main. Ethics as a Recruitment Tool. Whether a company acts ethically is a significant factor in the average Americans willingness to work for an employer, according to research released in August by LRN.

The Big Picture: Talking to Strangers

The Big Picture

Ethics as a Recruitment Tool » August 18, 2006. Posted by: John Wagner | August 19, 2006 at 02:31 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Ask a Working Woman | Main. Talking to Strangers.

The Big Picture: The newest Acronym in Washington

The Big Picture

Ask a Working Woman » June 21, 2006. And Ive heard through the grapevine that Jeff De Cagna has been working hard already on making sure that the 2006 meeting blog is a success.). Posted by: Jeff De Cagna | June 22, 2006 at 02:59 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

Wild Apricot Blog : The birth of Wild Apricot logo

Wild Apricot

150
150

The Big Picture: Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle?

The Big Picture

The newest Acronym in Washington » May 25, 2006. Posted by: LSD | May 25, 2006 at 12:52 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Cell-Only Population Challenges National Polls | Main. | Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle?

The Big Picture: Cell-Only Population Challenges National Polls

The Big Picture

» May 25, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Executives Not Quite Hot to Blog | Main. Stamps to Become a Marketing Vehicle? Cell-Only Population Challenges National Polls.

The Big Picture: Words and Phrases That Trigger Some Spam Filters

The Big Picture

The Best Way to Have a Good Idea » February 27, 2006. Tracked on April 13, 2006 at 10:18 AM. Tracked on April 13, 2006 at 05:16 PM. Tracked on April 13, 2006 at 05:18 PM. Tracked on April 14, 2006 at 07:22 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Click Here | Main. |

The Big Picture: Corporate Communications Aware of Podcasting.

The Big Picture

Executives Not Quite Hot to Blog » April 28, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Back to the Basics | Main. Corporate Communications Aware of Podcasting—But It Is Rarely Used or Listened To, According To New Poll.

The Big Picture: Back to the Basics

The Big Picture

Corporate Communications Aware of Podcasting—But It Is Rarely Used or Listened To, According To New Poll » April 11, 2006. In the recent 2006 Online News Survey by Tek Group, 92% of journalists say that a company needs an online press room so they can access press releases. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn.

The Big Picture: Click Here

The Big Picture

Words and Phrases That Trigger Some Spam Filters » February 27, 2006. Posted by: Kevin Holland | February 27, 2006 at 10:08 AM. Posted by: Ben | February 27, 2006 at 03:55 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Whats your associations ROPI?

The Big Picture: Do You Squidoo?

The Big Picture

Back to the Basics » March 27, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « The State of the Blogosphere (and the Blogoclump) | Main. Do You Squidoo?

The Big Picture: The Best Way to Have a Good Idea

The Big Picture

I Can Write 600 Words About Anything » February 28, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Words and Phrases That Trigger Some Spam Filters | Main. | The Best Way to Have a Good Idea. The best way to have a good idea is to have a lot of ideas. Linus Pauling. Posted at 08:18 AM in Just Because | Permalink.

The Big Picture: High-Tech Hospitality

The Big Picture

» February 18, 2006. Tracked on February 18, 2006 at 09:29 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « National study concludes Generations X and Y value mail | Main. Whats your associations ROPI? High-Tech Hospitality. The hospitality industry is looking to give hotels a high-tech upgrade.

National study concludes Generations X and Y value mail

The Big Picture

High-Tech Hospitality » January 26, 2006. Posted by: Jamie Notter | January 26, 2006 at 04:58 PM. Posted by: Nick | January 27, 2006 at 10:41 AM. Posted by: Zachary Wilson | January 27, 2006 at 01:43 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki | Main.

Abscence (of Discomfort) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

The Big Picture

The State of the Blogosphere (and the Blogoclump) » March 22, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « I Can Write 600 Words About Anything | Main. | Abscence (of Discomfort) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder.

The Big Picture: Worry About the Why, Not the How

The Big Picture

Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki » January 17, 2006. Posted by: Nick | January 18, 2006 at 08:28 PM. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Katrina brings life to the classroom | Main. Worry About the Why, Not the How. A new study by Arthur C.

The Big Picture: I Can Write 600 Words About Anything

The Big Picture

Abscence (of Discomfort) Makes the Heart Grow Fonder » March 07, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « The Best Way to Have a Good Idea | Main. I Can Write 600 Words About Anything. I know much of this topic of which he speaks with much authority - and fittingly. ;).

The Big Picture: Katrina brings life to the classroom

The Big Picture

Worry About the Why, Not the How » January 08, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Time is Money - Save Both | Main. Katrina brings life to the classroom.

The Big Picture: Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki

The Big Picture

National study concludes Generations X and Y value mail » January 20, 2006. The Big Picture. A big-picture view of issues and trends affecting associations - in Mississippi and nationally. Shawn on Facebook. Shawn on Twitter. Shawn on Google+. Shawn on Pinterest. Shawn on LinkedIn. « Worry About the Why, Not the How | Main. Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki.

Executive Connections: And the Envelope Please.

Executive Connections

« Report from Internet Librarian 2006 | Main. » 30 November 2006. Executive Connections. CBCs Secret Weapon: SLA Members! And the Envelope Please. It is a thrill and an honor to inform you that two of SLAs outstanding leaders won prestigious awards tonight at the London Online Conferences International Information Industry Awards ceremony. Rachel Kolsky, President of SLA Europe , has been awarded the evenings highest honor: Information Professional of the Year!

When Nouns Become Nothing

Idea Architects

“I don’t think of myself as a critic or teacher either, but simply — and at the obvious risk of disingenuousness — as someone who teaches, writes drama criticism (and other things) and feels that the American compulsion to take your identity from your profession, with its corollary of only one trade to a practitioner, may be a convenience to society but is burdensome and constricting to yourself.”

How well do you deliver?

Idea Architects

Like many a wee young lad, once upon a time I had a paper route for a weekly newspaper. Once a week tall stacks of paper were dropped off at our driveway. I carefully folded each one in thirds, stuffed them into my bag, and then took off either by bike or on foot to make my deliveries. Crazy kids that we were back in those days, we actually put the paper inside your screen door. My how things have changed. I pay to have the New York Times delivered each day.

We've Got to Start Meeting Like This

Idea Architects

You'll find me guest blogging all this week at the Meeting Industry Guru blog. My posts will focus on designing better meetings and conferences and creating more powerful learning experiences. Some theory, some practice

Artful Living

Idea Architects

clarity calm on a hairy day Sam Sartorius, 2006 20" x 15.5" oil on canvas $650 Without patrons there can be no artists. Without artists there can be no art. Without art there cannot be lives filled with color, melody, motion, drama, and joy. These are the thoughts hardwired in the forefront of my mind after attending the Arts Council of Indianapolis' Start with Art luncheon today.

Puzzle Me This

Idea Architects

Recently I began doing the daily New York Times crossword. I’m a Johnny-come-lately to the whole puzzle thing, but it has been a fun, albeit frustrating, new addition to my daily routine. As you may know, the puzzles become progressively more difficult throughout the week, culminating in the ultimate challenge on Sunday. I’ve consistently been able to complete Monday’s puzzle without too much difficulty. I can complete Tuesday’s only with a few trips to Google.

Inside Out

Idea Architects

Writing about her feminist upbringing in her October 2 issue Newsweek column , writer Anna Quindlen notes that “ … the battle was really against waste, the waste of talent, the waste to society, the waste of women who had certain gifts and goals and had to suppress both.”

Five-Cent Frenzy

Idea Architects

Starbucks raised its coffee prices five cents , its first increase in more than two years, and a minor media frenzy ensured. Am I the only one who finds this strange? Some stories actually led with the assertion that Starbucks customers would likely be unfazed by the price increase. Well, duh!

Price 60

First Timers

Idea Architects

Truth be told, I wanted to wring her neck. She had gabbed on her cellphone the entire time in the security line and then seemed surprised when she was asked to take off her shoes. Of course she set off the detector when walking through. We all got to wait for an additional five minutes while she and the TSA agent tried to determine what else she shouldn’t be wearing.