ASAE15: We do we GO from here?

Association Advocacy Chick

It was our first annual meeting in Detroit. Lowell Aplebaum, Association Professional Extraordinaire did a series of Periscope interviews during ASAE15. I started Association Advocacy Chick five years ago after ASAE in Los Angeles. As a result, I made a ton of new friends, took my association government relations career to new heights, and found that person that everyone else saw but me. Without you, there will be no Association Advocacy Chick.

Why Aren’t Associations Creating Walking Billboards?

SCD Group

Back in October 2012, I posted Are You Using Identity as Association Marketing Strategy. Why don’t we seek association gear promoting an industry or profession? It included talking a local Hi Vee grocery store manager into allowing his staff to wear a cause tee shirt.

Seen Elsewhere: Resources for Trend Scanning, Gaming, Productivity

Idea Architects

In one of my volunteer roles, I write a feature in the ASAE Executive Management Section IdeaLink newsletter called Seen Elsewhere. Summary: A selection of thought-provoking websites from beyond the association management realm that offer new ideas for association executives.

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Seen Elsewhere: Building Creative.

Idea Architects

In one of my volunteer roles, I write a feature in the ASAE Executive Management Section IdeaLink newsletter called Seen Elsewhere. Summary: A selection of thought-provoking content from beyond the association management realm that offers new ideas for association executives.

SCD Group: Association Strategy: Hire Slower, Fire Faster

SCD Group

AMR Management Services. Stronger by Association. Association Strategy: Hire Slower, Fire Faster. HIRING SLOWER Hiring managers need to focus on more than just the resume and the brief hiring interview. My research extends beyond traditional association sources.

Jeffrey Cufaude, Idea Architects: Seen Elsewhere: Crowdsourcing.

Idea Architects

In one of my volunteer roles, I contribute content for a feature in the ASAE Executive Management Section IdeaLink newsletter called Seen Elsewhere. Summary: Three thought-provoking websites, from beyond the association management realm, that offer new ideas for association executives. In this edition, explore examples of crowdsourcing in action, experiments in new forms of management, and a case of learning driven by a behind-the-scenes look at conference planning.