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Disrupt or Be Disrupted: Create a Culture of Innovation at Your Association

Higher Logic

The post Disrupt or Be Disrupted: Create a Culture of Innovation at Your Association appeared first on Higher Logic. Thinking through how your association can bounce back from the effects of the pandemic? Make sure innovation is part of your mindset.

3 Mindsets that Will Win 2022


Here’s what you already know: the last 2 years were flat-out harder than life’s supposed to be. We’ve been disrupted, reinvented, unprecedented, new normaled, hybrided, varianted, boostered, masked, isolated, quarantined, and otherwise generally upheavaled.


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Why 2022 is the year to get started with artificial intelligence and predictive analytics for your association

Nimble AMS

Modern technology now makes it easy for associations to put predictive analytics and AI to work for their organization. . Read on to learn more about why now is the time to get going with AI and predictive analytics.

The Business Launch and Exit! (7m 54s) – Association Hustle Podcast Episode 312

Moery Company

Top business advice and exit strategy for new business owners. Hello and welcome to JP Moery’s Association Hustle Podcast. Founder of The Moery Company, JP’s mission is to arm today’s associations with insight and strategy to thrive and a progressively complex and competitive business landscape.

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The Four Culture Decisions that will Make or Break Your Return to the Workplace

Rethinking Work, Office, and Culture in the New Reality - How will you design the workplace for the needs of employees? How will you define what it means to collaborate or supervise? Find out here.

Gardian of the Month: Danielle Guty

Aaron Wolowiec

Danielle Guty is our Gardian of the Month - she shares a great knowledge transfer tip as well as some helpful resources in this month's feature

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See the ROI of a Powerful Association Management Software


For associations, investing in a powerful Association Management Software is a critical step towards promoting efficiency for staff while also reinvesting time back into the association and its members.

Reflecting on the Year 2021 and a Decade’s Worth of Workforce – Association Field Report (December 31, 2021)

Moery Company

Observations from the Field : Reflecting on the year and the preceding decade-plus in the workforce. For a little background as I reflect upon the year and the last decade-plus of being in the workplace, I am coming to you from Oklahoma, my home state, the homestead if you will.

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If you’ve decided to ring in the new year in your home. It is important to be aware of HOA rules concerning parties. Here are some tips to make party planning a little less stressful. Make sure you are aware of all rules concerning hosting gatherings in your community.

2021 highlights: The 5 top posts published on Ungated this year


The past 12 months have been busy on CAI’s Ungated blog. We’ve published 62 posts and gained more than 25,000 views on news, tips, and trends important to community associations.

Why Most eLearning Fails: How to Create eLearning that Gets Results

Speaker: Tim Slade, Speaker, Author, and Creator of The eLearning Designer's Academy

In this session, we will explore many of the reasons why most eLearning fails and the components that contribute to bad eLearning design. we will also explore how bad eLearning design can negatively affect the learning experience. Finally, this session will walk you through several practical methods you can immediately apply to fix your bad eLearning courses.

Coach Your Chapters Leaders for Success

Mariner Management

What’s the best way to end the year? With a great virtual idea swap to prep for a new year, of course! On December 19, we chatted about coaching our chapter leaders for success in ‘22. Listen to the full swap and read the quick recap for insights into our conversation.

Resident files suit over ban on white fences in Bella Vista (AR)

All the Blogs

Little appears tranquil behind the white fences in Bella Vista. Bella Vista resident Jim Parsons has waged a protest for weeks against the Bella Vista Architectural Control Committee’s decision to ban white fences. Read the entire article……………………………… Arkansas Condo & HOA News National Condo & HOA News

Virtual Idea Swap: Coaching Chapter Leaders for Success

Mariner Management

What would we do without chapter volunteers? They’re our everything! Year after year, volunteers step up, take on chapter leadership roles, then step aside for the next set of leaders. So how do we ensure our volunteers have what they need to contribute? How can we inspire them?

Opening the Door to Volunteers

Mariner Management

Originally posted December 24 on Event Garde. As recently as this month, December, an association pro began a Collaborate discussion with the question “are associations seeking a reduction of volunteers interested in board or officer positions?”

Smart Tactics to Keep Members and Sponsors Engaged During Challenging Times

With conferences being canceled due to COVID-19, associations need to be nimble by implementing alternative strategies and tactics that can continue to bring value to their members, keep sponsors/exhibitors, generate revenues for the Association.

New Year – Time for a Reset

Mariner Management

As we turn the page to a new year, we have the opportunity to leave things back in 2021 and start fresh on others in 2022. Here are a few resources to get that reset buzz going ….

‘Working while Black’: White man tries to boot Liberty Mutual agent parked in his neighborhood in viral TikTok (IL)

All the Blogs

In the video, Kaye states that the man drove past her car once before driving up a second time and approaching her. She says he told her she was parked on a private road, and she responded stating that she was there on business. Working While Black,” Kaye captioned the TikTok via on-screen text. When the man returned for a third time, Kaye recorded their interaction.

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Modern interpretation of family sees B.C. strata lose legal case

All the Blogs

A B.C. condo owner has won a legal challenge after a tribunal ruled the four roommates the owner rented to could be classed as a “family” and therefore didn’t break any strata rules about only renting to a single family. Read the entire article……………………………… Canada Condo, Strata & HOA News

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HOA Homefront: Rent restrictions, term limits, elections among changes in 2022 (CA)

All the Blogs

Many laws are changing for California HOAs this year, and here is a recap of the most important changes. Read the entire article……………………………… California Condo & HOA News National Condo & HOA News

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Does Your Company Need Help Solving These 4 Common eLearning Challenges?

If you want to know how to get ahead of the game and avoid the common mishaps in selling your eLearning courses, you’ve come to the right place! Lambda Solutions has identified the most common and costly challenges faced by eLearning providers today.

10 Trends to Watch in 2022 (ON)

All the Blogs

The last two years have seen tremendous changes impact the world, primarily as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Condominiums have not been immune to these changes and, in fact, have experienced them as a microcosm of the world at large. Read the entire article……………………………… Canada Articles


Lake Ann Homeowners Fighting For Pet Chickens (MI)

All the Blogs

A couple in Lake Ann are fighting to keep their chickens on their property, and the issue has ruffled some feathers on the Homeowners Association board. Back in June, Rachael Brehler was at Tractor Supply Co. and on a spontaneous buy she brought home four hens – Waddles, Cheetah Bird, Ruby and Karen. Read the entire article……………………………… Michigan Condo & HOA News National Condo & HOA News Pets

We Got Gators in Austin. Now What? (TX)

All the Blogs

Alberto Garnica Jr., a Travis County game warden, arrived one day in early December at a retention pond in the Berdoll Farms subdivision in Del Valle, south of the high school, and was shocked to hear a deep bellow echo from the direction of the three long, dark culverts at the pond’s edge.

Fight over money after condo collapse (FL)

All the Blogs

What could possibly make the Surfside, Fla., condo collapse even more tragic? A fight over money. Survivors and heirs are at odds over who is entitled to what, who is to blame for the collapse that killed 98 people and how to fairly divide money from insurance, lawsuits and charitable contributions. Read the entire article……………………………… Florida Condo & HOA News Op/Ed

Deliver Effective Online Education and Events Your Members Will Love

This guide identifies the biggest challenges for associations moving their training online and provides practical solutions so that you can hit the ground running. Download now to keep your members engaged and growing even in times of COVID-19.

Shooter was dressed as officer when he entered condo building, killed resident, building manager says (CO)

All the Blogs

The man who police say killed five people in a shooting spree across Denver and Lakewood Monday was dressed as a police officer when he forced himself into a Cheesman Park condo and killed one of his victims, the building manager said. Read the entire article……………………………… Colorado Condo & HOA News National Condo & HOA News Security

Condo questions: Can a condo board use excess funds after a project? (FL)

All the Blogs

Q: The board of my condo association passed a special assessment last year to replace the roofs of each of the condo buildings and to repair the siding and gutters plus repainting.

Dealing With Difficult People In Your Homeowner’s Association

All the Blogs

Living in a homeowner association, there is likelihood of running into someone that is, how should we say it, less than happy. We all have to deal with difficult people at some point. Some focus on what they don’t like about a person (loudmouth, condescending tone, etc) and then hope they will change.


COVID-19 Immunity Law for Community Associations Expires January 1, 2022 (NJ)

All the Blogs

As we reported in our previous blog, on July 1, 2021 Governor Murphy signed a COVID-19 liability protection bill and, by doing so, gave community associations some immunity from certain legal claims arising from COVID-19. Read the entire article……………………………… Coronavirus (COVID-19) Legal & Legislative News Legislative Articles New Jersey Articles

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The Pro’s Guide To Getting The Best ROI From Your New LMS

You need a Learning Management System when your courses and training programs need to be accessible online. Quickly build the perfect business case and easily determine which LMS will provide the best return on investment you need with this how-to eBook!

Wailea Community Association has contributed $18,000 to UH Maui College’s nursing students (HI)

All the Blogs

To help address healthcare challenges during the pandemic, the Wailea Community Association began to financially support the University of Hawai?i i Maui College nursing program in hopes of increasing healthcare resources for their homeowners and the community at large. Read the entire article……………………………… Building Community Hawaii Condo & HOA News National Condo & HOA News

Top 10 condo cases of 2021! (ON)

All the Blogs

The latest issue of our newsletter, Condo Alert!, Winter 2021, features our Top 10 condo cases of 2021. This past year saw a trend in condo decisions reinforcing the importance of mandatory mediation, more discretionary costs and in oppression applications. Read the entire article……………………………… Canada Articles

2022 May Add Up to Trouble for Condominiums (CO)

All the Blogs

With the turning of the calendar from 2021 to 2022 new Fannie Mae lending guidelines become effective on January 1, 2022. One of the new lending guidelines includes a prohibition on the purchase of loans in communities with significant deferred maintenance or unsafe conditions.