Mon.Oct 14, 2019

Seven Keys to Running a Successful Meeting

Association Leaders

Meetings are necessary to achieve consensus – especially in associations. We’ve all been in those meetings that were a complete waste of time. Make sure meetings you run are not a waste of time but are productive and help your organization work toward achieving its mission. To do so, we have identified seven keys to running successful, productive meetings: Have an agenda for every meeting Every meeting should have an agenda that identifies all the items to be covered during the meeting.

What You Need to Know About Being an LMS Project Manager

WBT Systems

What You Need to Know About Being an LMS Project Manager. Read more about What You Need to Know About Being an LMS Project Manager

How Quickly Should You Upgrade Your Software?

Associations Now

When a big upgrade to Windows, iOS, or MacOS comes about, how soon should you pull the trigger on a software update? Generally, you might want to let your IT department make that decision. Here’s why. How aggressive should you be at ensuring that your software gets updated at a regular clip?

Don’t let ‘perfect’ stand in the way of solving a problem

Association Success

As great as it would be to take the time to really dig deep into the complexities surrounding a problem and all its possible solutions, watching our budgets and the pile-up of other issues is usually enough to force us to act quickly. Actually, it’s not really a matter of the money.

Engaging Your Remote Employees: 3 Tips

MembersClicks

More and more people are engaging in - and even seeking out - remote work. It’s a trend that doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. But even though working from home has its advantages (for both employers and employees), it also comes with its own disadvantages.

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5 Rules for Creating Content that Cuts through the Clutter

Blue Sky eLearn

More content than ever is vying for your members’ attention. That revelation is no surprise to most associations – 70 percent of respondents to Naylor’s 2019 Association Communications Benchmarking Report said “combating information overload/cutting through the clutter” is a major concern.