Association Brain Food Weekly: 6.6.16

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If you’re in North Carolina, here’s an opportunity to deepen your knowledge of association management and feel recharged about your profession, all at a price your budget can afford. Location: Raleigh, NC. Location: Raleigh, NC. Raleigh, NC.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.12.17

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Your weekly list of free webinars and events for the association community… How are associations using learning technologies? If you work for a membership organization, please participate in the Association Learning + Technology survey. AENC CEO Luncheon (Raleigh NC).

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.15.17

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Dave Coriale at DelCor Technology Solutions isn’t one to use that kind of language in public but he did share 12 steps association CEOs can take to avoid becoming the next Equifax —and avoid getting the axe. AENC CAE Study Group (Raleigh NC). Raleigh, NC.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 12.13.19

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Croissants from Union Special Bread in Raleigh, oh yes. Now, other organizations are leveraging the unique strengths of open source to deliver world-class learning at an affordable price.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.10.17

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DelCor published two good posts in the last week – one suggests the questions you should ask the references provided by technology vendors. AENC CEO Luncheon (Raleigh NC). Location: Raleigh NC. – Wi-Fi: How to Make Sure You Have Enough Bandwidth at the Right Price.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.10.17

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DelCor published two good posts in the last week – one suggests the questions you should ask the references provided by technology vendors. AENC CEO Luncheon (Raleigh NC). Location: Raleigh NC. – Wi-Fi: How to Make Sure You Have Enough Bandwidth at the Right Price.

Peace Sells.But Who's Buying - Association Membership?

Association Subculture

Before we go down this road let me quickly identify what I am not: I am not anti-profit, I am not above paying a significant price for value and I am a realist. We bought music, watched movies, or disavowed movies and read books (or did both so we could grouse about how the movie butchered the books) , we went to theatre, paid high prices to obtain bootleg recordings from overseas and (more importantly) wore the uniform. I'm involved in the Raleigh one.