Mon.Aug 19, 2019

A Conversation with LMS Analyst John Leh of Talented Learning

WBT Systems

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Local Perspective: Brussels

Association Success

No matter where you are in the world, associations are encountering similar challenges, and then also finding similar opportunities. Globalization presents us with opportunities to collaborate and flourish, but also has its own set of bottlenecks that aren’t necessarily seen locally.

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Meet Brandon Jones - Enterprise Account Executive at MemberSuite


Meet Brandon Jones, an Executive Account Executive from Texas that enjoys restoring old cars and trucks. Learn more about Brandon in this month's Employee Spotlight

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Social Media Takeovers: Why They Could Work for Your Association or Chamber


This post was originally published on 5/9/17, but updated on 8/19/19 for added value. Have you ever seen a takeover on social media? Usually, this is when a student, employee, or key constituent takes over a company or organization’s social media for the day.

AMC-Managed Organizations are More Stable than Standalone Organizations

Why do organizations managed by Association Management Companies outperform standalone organizations? This paper seeks to answer that question through the results of a study examining the rates of change in the length of chief staff executive tenure and changes in office locations of membership-based organizations between 2009 and 2015.

3 Ways to Make Your Conference Website More Accessible


Learn about ways to make your conference site fully accessible from guest, Mike Doane.

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Stop throwing money at your old association management software

Nimble AMS

Evaluate the cost of maintaining your current system versus buying a new AMS with modern features. Eventually, you realize the cost of maintaining an old car and the risk of it breaking down just aren’t worth it anymore. It’s the same with legacy member management software.

Daily Buzz: Why Radio Is Becoming Part of the Hotel Experience

Associations Now

Radio stations are popping up in hotels across the country. Their goal: Amplify the local community. Also: Happy employees make for happy members. Hotels offer gathering spaces, a place to rest your head, and—radio?

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How to Handle Staff Who Fall for Phishing Emails—Putting Your Association at Risk


Updated from original February 2018 publication. Do you ever wonder: Why do some people consistently fail cybersecurity awareness tests? How is it they fall for phishing emails time and again? What does it take to get them to pay more attention and not be so careless?

Meet with Purpose: Collaboration as a Catalyst for Better Health

Associations Now

The destination of a life sciences event should reflect the greater purpose of such a gathering—solving health challenges for millions worldwide.

The Lost Art of Reading Blogs

Eric Lanke

In last week's post I made a passing reference to one of the main reasons I keep blogging -- namely, that I enjoy having readers respond to the things I write. And I promised more on that subject this week. Well, it's true. I do like having readers respond to the things I write here.

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California Bill Redefines Standards for Employment Status

Associations Now

A bill that would extend labor protections and employee benefits to many workers previously considered independent contractors is making its way through the California Senate. If it passes, it will affect associations that use freelancers in the state.

Don’t Let Your Road Warriors Get Caught Off Guard by Device Recalls

Associations Now

A recent MacBook Pro battery recall could create headaches at the airport for many travelers—but even if your association isn’t a Mac shop, you should be ready for any recall issues that surface.