4 Reasons You Should Integrate Your Learning Management System and Community [Case Study]

Higher Logic

To provide its members with access to the education and training they needed in a useable, relevant way, AGMA invested in Higher Logic’s Learning Management System (LMS). Associations Member Experience Online Community Learning Management Systems

Seeing Systems (Culture 401 Series)

Jamie Notter

Peter Senge wrote The Fifth Discipline nearly 30 years ago, so systems thinking is by no means a new idea—though looking at most organizations, you might think it was. That’s what seeing systems can do for you. They understand systems. They use systems thinking.

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Jefferson Capital Systems – Can you trust them?

SocialFish

Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC actively makes use of the judicial system because there are many complaints about them suing consumers in a court of law for payment. Now, here’s the thing; when you receive a letter from Jefferson Capital Systems, LLC, it may not belong to you at all.

Online Learning Needs a Robust E-Commerce System

Web Courseworks Associations

This is why I consider e-commerce systems to be a significant component of the adult e-learning experience. E-commerce systems can be deceptively simple from a learner perspective. When an e-commerce system works well, the process looks something like this for learners: 1.

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6 Key Features of the Best Learning Management Systems

Higher Logic

And with modern technology, including learning management systems (LMS), associations have the power to pick up where colleges leave off. These DOA systems are the ones that haven’t met the demands of technology and learners. By 2020, 65% of all jobs in the U.S.

6 Compelling Reasons to Consolidate Your Association’s Technology Systems

Socious

How many times have you heard someone say that they want to make a difference? Nurses, doctors, teachers, charity workers, and professionals from all generations long to love their work and make a difference in other people’s lives.

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3 signs growth leads you to switch membership management systems.

YourMembership Blog

But, you also deserve a little sympathy if you contend with manual spreadsheets or an entry-level membership management system. As your growth brings size and complexity, it becomes clear a more sophisticated membership management system is needed. The post 3 signs growth leads you to switch membership management systems. Is your organization experiencing growing pains? If so, congratulations are in order.

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Killing The Silo System

YourMembership Blog

The post Killing The Silo System appeared first on YourMembership.com.Categories: Social Media and Business Trends Tags: innovation , jamie notter , open , transparency Silos (in organizations, not on farms) allow for departmental knowledge and expertise. They create a go-to mentality within organizations; if you need X – you know where to go.

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Blogging and Systems Level Thinking

Eric Lanke

Blogging forces me to think at a systems level. Which puts me immediately into a systems mindset. If I can only write about the systems-level challenges my association faces, then writing about my association forces me to look at things on a systems-level. A systems-level approach to problem solving is a necessary tool for leaders looking to accomplish big things. + + + This post first appeared on Eric Lanke's blog , an association executive and author.

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Justifying your Learning Management System with Outcomes Reporting

Web Courseworks Associations

We also understand that a Learning Management System is not a small purchase. What Distinguishes EvaluPac and CourseStage Learning Management System. The post Justifying your Learning Management System with Outcomes Reporting appeared first on Web Courseworks.

Justifying your Learning Management System with Outcomes Reporting

Web Courseworks Associations

We also understand that a Learning Management System is not a small purchase. What Distinguishes EvaluPac and CourseStage Learning Management System. We understand the pressure that association executives face when asked to justify their expenditures.

My System for Getting Sh*t Done

KiKi L'Italien's Acronym Soup

I present to you: KiKi''s System for Getting Sh*t Done. As many articles tout the Pomodoro Technique and GTD , my own habits for increasing productivity and breaking through procrastination are downright crude.

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A change of systems requires a change of mindset

Effective Database

Every AMS vendor will tell you that the toughest part of implementing a new system is getting the association staff to think differently about the new AMS. New mindset : The system is very flexible and new ideas should be explored with vigor.

Preparing your association for trending technology: system integration

Nimble AMS

Here’s how you can start to deliver a more seamless member experience for your members through system integrations. When you think about delivering a great member experience, your first thought might not be about integrating your technology systems.

Bad Data = Bad System

Effective Database

” The reality is, for many users, bad data = a bad system. In over 17 years of consulting, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a conversation similar to this one: Client: “Our database sucks.” ” Me: “What makes you say that?” ” Client: “The data is bad. I pull a list of board members and I see lots of errors.” ” Me: “Why is the data bad?” ” Client: “Because the database sucks.”

6 signs your association needs a new membership management system

Nimble AMS

If you don’t put in place a solid system as your organization grows to the next level, it becomes more difficult to accommodate the evolving needs of members. With these challenges in mind, here are six signs that it’s time for a new membership management system.

6 Compelling Reasons to Consolidate Your Association’s Technology Systems

Socious

So to be as effective as possible, they buy association-specific software systems. Each association software system you purchase comes with its own price tag and often needs to be hooked to your other systems through integrations, which can cause problems with data and support.

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What You Need to Know About AMS User Experience (UX) During System Selection

Delcor

For example, the requirements checklist on a typical request for proposals (RFP) for a new association management system (AMS) hasn’t changed much over the years: Membership requirements - check. Take a holistic approach to user interface (UI) design—how a system looks and feels to the user.

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Study: Women of Color Face Systemic Challenges in Nonprofit Careers

Associations Now

Race to Lead: Women of Color in the Nonprofit Sector , an in-depth report from the Building Movement Project, surveyed more than 4,300 nonprofit employees to better understand the systemic issues at play that make it more difficult for minorities, particularly women of color, to move up in the ranks.

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Successful Learning Management System Implementation eBook

WBT Systems

Recently, eLearning Industry invited WBT Systems to contribute to the publication of a free eBook which addresses one of the biggest concerns faced by organizations – the complexity and difficulty of Learning Management System implementation.

What Do You Need to Know Before You Select a New Content Management System?

Delcor

However, it can be difficult to find the right content management systems (CMS) to publish your websites. They will generally have sales staff that can walk you through product demos or set up a trial of the system for you to try on your own.

WBT Systems Sponsors PersoniFest 2017

WBT Systems

WBT Systems is proud to sponsor PersoniFest 2017, hosted by Personify, April 2-5, in San Diego, California. WBT Systems has been has been helping Associations to build and improve their education and certification programs since 1995.

The Future of Association Management Systems

SocialFish

This seems to be the question that has haunted association execs for more than 25 years when the initial association management system hit the not-for-profit marketplace. The Future of AMS Systems: A Provocative Discussion from David Gammel. What’s the future of AMS?

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Generations Are Part of a System

Jamie Notter

You need to keep your eye on the whole system and understand how the generations are relating to each other as they move through different life stages. Every 20 years or so, we get all flustered as a new generation enters the workforce.

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5 Things Your Association NEEDS in a Learning Management System

MembersClicks

That’s where a Learning Management System, or LMS, comes in. Post originally published on January 15, 2019; Edited with updates and for clarification.

Chapter Growth Paradox: A Systemic Response

Mariner

There is a paradox of growth which occurs when a chapter reaches the size where incorporation is required to create an entity which can open a bank account

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The Intersection of Systems and Network Leadership

Beth Kanter

Found when researching systems thinking. Rebecca Arno was doing some research on systems thinking, found this excellent, very friendly visual that defines systems thinking as: Looks at the big picture. Find the keys to a system.

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“Our old system used to…”

Effective Database

In my experience, when associations make a database system change, staff will sometimes talk about how the old system used to work. They’ll say things like “In the old system, we could add a new individual record in two minutes; now it takes five.” ” Or “In the old system it was really easy to pull a list of committee members, just by selecting a checkbox; now it takes ten steps.”

Bar Association Calls for Independent Immigration Court System

Associations Now

The American Bar Association issued a dire warning last week that the nation’s system of immigration courts is “irredeemably dysfunctional and on the brink of collapse.”. The post Bar Association Calls for Independent Immigration Court System appeared first on Associations Now

5 Signs You’re Ready for a Learning Management System

MembersClicks

Learning management systems are flexible enough to make an impact on your organization (and its members) in a number of different ways. Content management? Check. Continuing education tracking? Check. Revenue generation? Check. And that only scratches the surface.

UX Design and Your Learning Management System: Five Considerations for Providing an Exceptional User Experience

CommPartners

Blog AMS association community e-learning elearning Learning Management System LMS user exeperience UXWhen an organization begins the process of evaluating LMS options, they typically will start by developing a list of features that should be included. Confirming this list, helps to identify ideal candidates. While the feature set is critical to narrow an organization’s search process, often what is overlooked, at least initially, is the User Experience […].

It Might Be Time for a Membership Management System If.

MembersClicks

So you’ve pondered the idea of purchasing a membership management system. In fact, it may be time for a membership management system if…. I mean, it would make your job a LOT easier. But you’ve made it this far without one.do you really need to pull the trigger now?

Eric Lanke: Leadership is a System Capacity

Eric Lanke

Leadership is a System Capacity. Heres the key passage, pulling directly on the work of Peter Senge, and again, the emphasis is mine: Leadership, paraphrasing Peter Senge, is defined as the systems capacity to shape its future. Leadership is a System Capacity. Eric Lanke.

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Healthy Systems Embrace Tension and Conflict

Jamie Notter

So they sought to reduce backorders in the system, but the ALSO sought to reduce inventory at the same time. And this is how systems work. But setting up your improvement goals in this way reflects a clear understanding of how dynamic systems work.

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Belief Systems as Bridge-Builders, Not Barriers

Idea Architects

Our life experiences inform and coalesce into the belief systems that guide our choices. When we come together with others—at home, in neighborhoods, in volunteer groups, or at work—our respective belief systems come into contact with those that others' hold.

Membership Hack: Conference Buddy System

Associations Now

The membership department created a conference buddy system that paired experienced members with new members, mainly student pharmacists and young practitioners. AMCP saw an uptick in meeting attendance after the conference buddy system was established.

Bad Systems Can Make Good People Leave

Effective Database

In the past week I’ve met with two different associations who are struggling with their current AMS systems. That is, since the time the system was first implemented, many (if not all!) Did the staff leaving cause the system to break down (i.e., become less effective) or did the staff leave because the system was not working correctly? Bad systems can make good people leave.

Learning Management Systems for Associations: The Essentials

WBT Systems

What are the essential functions of a Learning Management System for Associations? Various technologies, including learning management systems for associations , can help to bridge the time between events, by enabling members to connect online. Integration with other Software Systems.

What You Need to Know About AMS User Experience (UX) During System Selection

Delcor

For example, the requirements checklist on a typical request for proposals (RFP) for a new association management system (AMS) hasn’t changed much over the years: Membership requirements - check. Take a holistic approach to user interface (UI) design—how a system looks and feels to the user.

Exhibitor Priority Points System that Rewards Loyalty

Velvet Chainsaw

Your Points System Should Influence Current Spend Decisions. Most trade-show organizers use a priority-points system to help determine the order of booth-space selection for next year’s expo and their system has been in place for quite a while. If your points system is collecting dust and having little influence on exhibitors’ spend decisions, consider a loyalty program that rewards the three R’s: Recency, Reoccurrence, and Revenue, and allows for a wild card, partnership.