Maryland CPAs Group Partners With IBM to Make Members Future Ready

Associations Now

Through a partnership with IBM, the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants is training CPAs on technology such as artificial intelligence and data science—and preparing them for a rapidly changing landscape.

Do Associations Really Get Technology?

Association Adviser

Features Technology 2016 AGC of America APCO International Blue Sky Blue Sky Broadcast California Association of Health Facilities Innovation Maryland Asoscition of CPAs naylor technology TimberlakeThere are two things you can count on this time of year: One, tech will be at the center of the last-minute holiday shopping blitz; and two, many of the latest tech tools and gadgets will be on the. For more about this topic, click on the headline.

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A quick shoutout to some awesome volunteers!

Mariner

Here’s a quick shout out to two of our association clients, Maryland Chapter of Public Relations Society of America and Maryland Recycling Network , both of whom just held their annual conferences.

5 Associations Rethink Volunteerism

Mariner

Tom Hood, CEO, Maryland Association of CPAs , Debra BenAvram, CEO, A.S.P.E.N. Join a group of volunteer evangelists as we explore new solutions for association volunteering on an Association Trends. webinar series.

AMR Welcomes the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians as Client Partner

AMR Management Services

January 5, 2016) — AMR is pleased to welcome the Maryland Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (MD ACEP) as a new full-service client partner. LEXINGTON, Ky. AMR is excited about

The Perfect Storm

Spark Consulting

Maryland Association of CPAs. I’d like to share some sobering statistics about higher education and employment: In the United States, students graduate from college with an average debt load of nearly $29,000. Total student debt in the U.S. is $1.23 trillion and rising. 47% of college-educated workers under 25 work in jobs. that do not require a college degree. Worldwide, 73.3 million people under the age of 25 are unemployed, representing 36.7% of total global unemployment.

Smaller-Scale Locales Score Big on Top Destinations List

Associations Now

National Harbor, Maryland? The biggest surprises: Despite having a population of just 3,788 and a total of just six hotels, National Harbor, Maryland, a mixed-use development near Washington, DC, whose first phase was completed in 2008, ranked 26th on the list in its first appearance. (In

What Should Associations Do to Bridge the Education to Employment Gap?

Spark Consulting

Maryland Association of CPAs. If you’ve been persuaded by the information I’ve shared about The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm the past few days that we do have a large-scale problem that associations are uniquely equipped to address (and I hope you have), the next question is: where do we start? fourth post of The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm release week).

Do I Still Belong In The Association Space?

KiKi L'Italien's Acronym Soup

I still remember moving to Bethesda, Maryland, from Joplin, Missouri, starting my first job in associations - working for the Parenteral Drug Association. What does the future hold in store for me? The picture isn''t clear. I never anticipated becoming an association executive.

13 Hidden Conference Gems

Associations Now

National Harbor, Maryland: You may not think that an area with a population of less than 4,000 could host a major association event, but National Harbor is full of surprises. Tired of the cities where you’ve hosted conferences so often?

Just Another Association

Potomac Core

Case Study: In December 2016, the Society for Vascular Ultrasound, in Lanham, Maryland utilized a Member Impact Survey to help its board and staff team identify the profession’s up at night challenges and opportunities. Strive to Be More Than Just Another Association .

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An AweSOME Evening for Those in Need

Association Navigator

David Tolson on a deer hunt in Maryland. Congratulations to SOME, (So Others Might Eat), the D.C. non-profit that helps the homeless, and low income seniors, “restoring hope and dignity one person at a time.”

Who Owns Social Media? Risk Management?

SocialFish

While speaking at the Maryland Governor’s Office on Service and Volunteerism and Maryland Council of Directors of Volunteer Services’ Power Up! I’ve explored the similarities between building community and risk management before on this blog.

Consumer Technology Association Foundation Hops on Self-Driving Cars

Associations Now

The Olli, which was first tested last year in National Harbor, Maryland, will be the basis of the new effort.

Plan Ahead to Make Your Meetings More Accessible for the Disabled

Associations Now

Organizations that don’t could invite legal challenges and public criticism like the University of Maryland (UMD) is facing. Making sure that the disabled can enjoy your events should be a priority for many associations.

Why are CEOs Afraid of Going Social?

SocialFish

Tom Hood , CEO of the Maryland Association of CPAs; Richard Davis , CEO of Avectra, and more.

Is it time to clean up?

Mariner

On the final day of May with one signature Maryland Governor Larry Hogan rescinded 72 executive orders issued by previous administrations over the last 46 years.

#Tech16: Not All Hackers Are Bad Guys

Associations Now

These self-described “good guy” hackers delivered the closing keynote Wednesday at ASAE’s 2016 Technology Conference & Expo at National Harbor, Maryland.

Protech Associates Creates “Tier 1 Support on Steroids”

Higher Logic

Based in Columbia, Maryland, Protech Associates, Inc. provides cloud-based association management software powered by Microsoft Dynamics CRM. In early 2015, Protech Associates Director of Customer Care Matt Bruffey recognized the need to improve the customer support experience.

#Tech16: Make Your Digital Stamp

Associations Now

Part of the formula is understanding when using technology will be effective, and when it will not be, in leading organizations to success, according to author and technology expert Erik Qualman, kicking off ASAE’s 2016 Technology Conference & Expo Tuesday in National Harbor, Maryland.

The Mission Driven Volunteer Rides Again!

Spark Consulting

PH: And read the Maryland CPA case study … they started with asking questions and then made changes slowly. Earlier this month, Mission Driven Volunteer co-author Peggy Hoffman and I had the opportunity to present about our research on this topic for Wild Apricot.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.30.16

Reid All About it

Maryland Dept. The Maryland Internship Network. The future of learning has been on my mind lately.

Meetings and the Business of Inspiration

Associations Now

XDP will debut May 23-24, 2017, at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.23.16

Reid All About it

Stefanie Reeves, MA, CAE, Executive Director, Maryland Psychological Association. The only way to thrive in our ever-changing world is by sharpening old skills, learning new ones, and deepening your knowledge.

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CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

Associations Now

Following the successful pilot in Florida, Maryland, New York, and North Carolina during the 2015-2016 school year, the program will expand nationwide to 209 schools starting in the fall.

How Associations Can Lead on Education

Associations Now

Associations have the infrastructure to help remake the education industry, according to a new white paper. What’s lacking is the will to promote that fact. Associations are forever being scolded that they need to run more like a business. But what if they already are?

WBT Systems’ TopClass maintains position as #1 LMS for Associations

WBT Systems

WBT Systems will be exhibiting at the ASAE Technology Conference 2016 National Harbor, Maryland, December 13-14. For the second consecutive year, WBT Systems’ TopClass LMS has been named the #1 Learning Management System for Associations in the Talented Learning LMS Vendor Awards.

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Tuesday Buzz: Is Your Leadership Pipeline Clogged?

Associations Now

The first ever Xperience Design Project kicks off today in National Harbor, Maryland. Why it may be time to reassess your organization’s leadership path. Also: Xperience Design Project premieres with innovative viewing formats. Is your leadership pipeline too rigid?

Columbia Idea Swap - KiKi L'Italien's Acronym Soup

KiKi L'Italien's Acronym Soup

Conferences Are Providing Inferior Education Through Lectures

Velvet Chainsaw

Other universities followed including Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, North Carolina State University, the University of Maryland, the University of Colorado at Boulder and Harvard. Conferences are providing inferior education if all they provide is didactic, presenter monologue lectures.

Shell Shocked: Hermit Crab Association Reshapes Baseball Team’s Planned Giveaway

Associations Now

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs planned to give a free hermit crab to the first 1,000 fans to arrive at the minor league team’s Opening Day game. That idea didn’t sit well with the group whose mission is to protect the tiny crustacean.

Millennial-Friendly Benefits Worth Considering

Associations Now

Associations in DC, Maryland, and Virginia could consider HUNGRY Catering. Not sure how to crack the code to attracting and retaining that millennial workforce you’re looking for? These three benefits might just be the way to go.

XDP Challenges Association Pros to Become Experience Designers

Associations Now

Kicking off the inaugural edition of XDP at National Harbor, Maryland, host Lisa Kay Solomon invoked that infuriating moment when you wish you had a stick of dynamite to open up the plastic package encasing a lightbulb.

Association Study: Libraries Help Close the Digital Gap

Associations Now

Institute of Museum and Library Services, was conducted by the ALA Office for Research and Statistics, the University of Maryland’s Information Policy and Access Center, and the International City/County Management Association.

Social Media Roundup: Learn From Martin O’Malley’s Reddit Misstep

Associations Now

How the governor of Maryland got Reddit really, really wrong this week. O’Malley, the Democratic governor of Maryland who is widely considered to be possible presidential candidate in 2016, took a big risk on Monday when he introduced himself to the world of Reddit, and bombed—badly.

Fire Fighter Group to Open First-of-its-Kind Treatment Center

Associations Now

The facility, which will open in January 2017 in Prince George’s County, Maryland, will provide diagnosis, peer counseling, and treatment to IAFF members, as well as house a gym and running courses. PTSD and substance abuse are pandemic among fire fighters.

Empowering Young Children through Philanthropy

Beth Kanter's Blog

In 2010, the conference was held in Baltimore, Maryland. Note from Beth: One of the things that I enjoyed most about IFCAsia was the networking opportunities to connect with other people in the region who share interests.

Five Things You Might Not Know About Halloween

Associations Now

Sometimes safety is the last thing on the agenda when having fun,” said Joshua Matthew Abzug, a pediatric orthopaedic hand surgeon at the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital and an American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons spokesperson.

Scanning the Horizon on the Chesapeake Bay

Association Navigator

Early Morning on Lake Ogleton, near Annapolis, Maryland. Cruising from Annapolis to Crisfield, Maryland, you can see the water becoming more and more beautiful and pristine as you head south, away from large population areas and the more significant agricultural production.

Sure I can help

Mariner

When PRSA Maryland needed volunteers for a one-time task, many of our active volunteers raised their hands. But when they were still coming up short, a “sure I can help” came from a longtime yet relatively inactive volunteer.