Wisconsin Grocers Want to Tap the Fresh Beer Market

Associations Now

The Wisconsin Grocers Association is pushing for a change in state law that would allow grocery stores to sell beer from the tap. Pretty soon Wisconsin residents may be able to stock up on beer fresh from the tap at their local grocery stores.

Years After Going Dormant, Wisconsin Venture Capital Group Makes Comeback

Associations Now

Following in the footsteps of a nearby Michigan group, the Wisconsin Venture Capital Association is coming back to life, and next week will hold its first meeting since 2008. The post Years After Going Dormant, Wisconsin Venture Capital Group Makes Comeback appeared first on Associations Now

Wisconsin 501(c)(4) Group Sues Over “John Doe” Investigation

Associations Now

But a recent civil rights lawsuit raises similar—though not identical—concerns in Wisconsin. According to the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign , a citizens watchdog group, the Club for Growth spent $9.1

Eric Lanke: Things I've Learned from Being a Board Member

Eric Lanke

Ive recently accepted the nomination to move onto the Executive Committee of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. Eric Lanke. Association executive and author. Pages. Leadership. Innovation. Member Engagement. Generations. Books Read. Fiction. Monday, November 21, 2011.

The Hourglass Blog: Real-World Innovation for Associations

The Hourglass Blog

skip to main | skip to sidebar. Sunday, June 5, 2011. Real-World Innovation for Associations.

The Hourglass Blog: What's Your Innovation Readiness? Part 3

The Hourglass Blog

The Innovation Task Force of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives (which I chair), is trying to develop an assessment tool for association executives to use in determining the "innovation readiness" of their associations. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Monday, September 27, 2010.

The Hourglass Blog: What's Your Innovation Readiness? Part 1

The Hourglass Blog

Regular readers of The Hourglass Blog know that Im chairing the Innovation Task Force for the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Wednesday, September 15, 2010. Whats Your Innovation Readiness? Part 1.

The Hourglass Blog: The Innovation Hub for Associations

The Hourglass Blog

Ive been blogging about my work with the Innovation Task Force of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives for a while now. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Monday, January 31, 2011. The Innovation Hub for Associations.

What’s In It For Me? 5 Life-Changing Benefits of Volunteering

Higher Logic

LiveScience reported on the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study, which has followed a random sample of 10,317 Wisconsin residents from their high school graduation in 1957, specifically stating that: In 2004, the participants reported how often they had volunteered within the past 10 years.

The Hourglass Blog: Association Advantages for Innovation

The Hourglass Blog

Heres part three of the "innovation for associations" white paper Im helping to write while chairing the Innovation Task Force for the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Saturday, August 28, 2010. Association Advantages for Innovation.

The Hourglass Blog: The Role of Trust in Innovation

The Hourglass Blog

If you didnt see it, Maddie Grant asked me to do a guest post on her SocialFish blog last week, and I shamelessly used it as an opportunity to promote the innovation project Im spearheading for the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. skip to main | skip to sidebar. Tuesday, August 10, 2010. The Role of Trust in Innovation.

Conference Circuit: Human Services

Associations Now

Venue: Wisconsin Center. Wisconsin Lt. Rundown Attendees: 1,500. Exhibitors: 70 plus. Platinum sponsors: 18. The American Public Human Services Association’s IT Solutions Management for Human Services Conference begins next week in Milwaukee. Attendance is expected to hit 1,500.

Three Things To Do Now To Prepare For Next-Gen Members

Associations Now

That’s why my colleague Emily Viles and I went straight to the source when we created the Young Professionals Taskforce for the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives (WSAE).

Association’s Cheese Championship Brings in Gouda Competition

Associations Now

Championship Cheese Contest, which took place in Wisconsin last week, is a highly technical competition that highlights its home state’s usual home-field advantage on the cheese front. When the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association puts on the biannual U.S. The biannual U.S.

Mayors Take Strong Pledge Against Extremism, Bigotry

Associations Now

Mayors from more than 270 cities —including major urban centers like New Orleans and Los Angeles and smaller towns like Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, and Dubuque, Iowa—signed the compact.

3 Reasons Why the Big Red “M” is Sponsoring an IndyCar - Moery Company

Moery Company

Big example: We’ll be traveling to Detroit, Michigan; Fort Worth, Texas; Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin, and Lexington, Ohio for a scheduled IndyCar race.

Three Reasons Behind National Voter Registration Day’s Off-Year Success

Associations Now

Supporters in Madison, Wisconsin, arranged pop-up registration locations , and in Chicago, events were held at local high schools. In most states, 2019 is not an election year.

FieldRise: Farmers Grow Information Sharing

Associations Now

I want to see how I’m doing and make sure my information stays private,” Wisconsin soybean and corn farmer Andy Wallendal said on the FieldRise website.

CompTIA Study Finds Tech Hubs Where You Wouldn’t Expect Them

Associations Now

Other major college towns on the list included Lansing, which benefits from Michigan State University in nearby East Lansing; Madison, Wisconsin, home to the University of Wisconsin; and Boulder, Colorado, the home base for the University of Colorado. The Tech Town Index, a new report from the association, finds a surprising geographic diversity among tech hot spots, helped along by both booming college towns and maturing local tech economies.

Why New Board Members Don't Speak Up

Eric Lanke

After a tour of duty on the board of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives (including one year as board chair), I've moved onto the board of the Council of Manufacturing Associations (CMA). I recently got elected to another association board.

Late-Fee Debate Puts Spotlight on Library Association Policies

Associations Now

” Meanwhile, its state counterpart in Wisconsin has endorsed legislation empowering libraries to use collection agencies to gather up unpaid late fees. In Wisconsin, last month Gov.

Sushi With Beef? Meat Industry Makes the Case for “Beefshi”

Associations Now

The Beef Checkoff program and the North American Meat Institute, seeing a growing trend toward sushi, hired a Culinary Institute of America-trained chef to help create beef-centered takes on a meal more closely associated with seafood.

Radiologists Group Addresses Physician Shortage With New Training

Associations Now

At the peak of the program, there were somewhere around 700 B Readers,” said Dr. Cris Meyer, a professor at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine who will be teaching ACR’s course.

Don't Be Misled By the Concentric Circles of Diversity

Eric Lanke

In my previous post I shared some of the leadership discussions and diversity initiatives that I participated in when I was Board chair of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.14.18

Reid All About it

Host: Online Education Spoke of the Wisconsin Society for Association Executives. The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… Brain Food is quick and dirty this week.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 2.22.16

Reid All About it

Speaker: Ben Kotenberg, Instructional Designer, National Association of Tax Professionals, and Associate Lecturer, University of Wisconsin. Have you invested in yourself this week? Set aside an hour next week to attend one of these webinars or get some reading (and thinking!)

Engineering for Eighth Graders

Eric Lanke

And that event, while the largest in the state of Wisconsin, was only one of dozens that are being held around the country every year. My association sponsors an outreach and education program for eighth graders.

Associations Offer Help to Sheriffs Handling North Dakota Protest

Associations Now

This week, actress Shailene Woodley was arrested while taking part in a peaceful protest, as was a local politician in Madison, Wisconsin.

Geospatial Analysis and Predicting the Future

Association Success

For instance, the map above gives us a quick view of the age of members in the area, and when we hover over a particular data point, it can show us more information about that person—like that one lonely person who lives in northern Wisconsin near lake Michigan.

Throwback Thursday opportunities for associations & nonprofits

SCD Group

Mark Church (left) and Wisconsin DECA (right) Note that WI DECA''s association marketing uses its #TBT to promote its 2014 COW (Chapter Opportunity Workshop) event.

Furloughed Federal Workers Get Help from Associations

Associations Now

Associations around the spectrum are encouraging their members to offer aid to furloughed federal employees—as are some event venues.

Invest in Yourself: Book Recommendations for Young Professionals

Association Adviser

I reached out to my professional resources through the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives (WSAE) and the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), as well as through LinkedIn.

The Importance Confidence Plays In The Workplace with Susan Marshall of The Backbone Institute

Association Mavens

Susan is a regular columnist for Wisconsin Woman magazine. [link]. In this Association Maven’s episode, Josh Studzinski interviews Susan Marshall on how confidence plays a critical role in our jobs. We go through the definition of confidence, how to develop confidence, and ways to change your frame of mind. About Susan Marshall. Susan A.

Confessions of an interim manager

Association Advocacy Chick

In the midst of my time as interim, one staffer left to go back to school and another left to move to Wisconsin. For weeks, I’ve been debating how I was going to blog about my experience as an interim manager. Was I going to sugar coat it and say that everything was wonderful or do I focus on the gory details? Neither. I’m going to be honest. As I alluded to in a previous post, my boss unexpectedly resigned in early March giving two weeks notice.

What Are You Looking For In Your Next Board Member?

Eric Lanke

I've written before about my experiences on the Board of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. Now in my last year of service, having chaired the Board last year, I have the somewhat traditional job given to many past chairs--chairing the Nominating Committee.

Some Rules Are Meant to Be Broken

Eric Lanke

It's about a difference of opinion between the American Library Association and the Wisconsin Library Association over whether or not libraries should charge fees and pursue collection for unreturned library items. I find this post over at Associations Now fascinating.

Friday Buzz: Brewing Good Business, Together

Associations Now

Then read this interview with Michelle Czosek, the new president/CEO of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. Despite being a part of a rapidly growing, competitive industry, brewers have learned to appreciate the value of cooperation.

Insurance Commissioners Launch Tool for Assessing New Auto Insurance Types

Associations Now

“Exciting transformations in mobility, including ridesharing, increased use of public transportation, and self-driving vehicles mean consumer driving habits are and will continue to change,” Nickel, who is also Wisconsin’s insurance commissioner, said in the release.

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The Carver Guide Series on Effective Board Governance by John Carver and Miriam Mayhew Carver

Eric Lanke

I wanted to include it here because it is such an essential point, and one I tried to champion when I was the Board chair of the Wisconsin Society of Association Executives. Back in 2007 I read Boards That Make a Difference , which lays out the Carver Model of Policy Governance in book form.

Working out Loud: Learning from Eric Lanke

Jamie Notter

He’s the CEO of the National Fluid Power Association, located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and he writes on the best CEO-authored blogs out there. If you don’t know Eric Lanke , you should.