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Shelly Alcorn is hammering the “associations needs to position ourselves to fill the growing gap colleges and universities are leaving” topic again, and she’s not wrong. Is your association ready for the visual revolution? “Oh, he’s just lucky.” Maybe not. … Continue reading

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More on the information overload discussion, this time from Steve Drake. He has a different perspective, and quotes some great sources (like John Haydon and Copyblogger). Anna Caraveli debunks some of the myths of membership engagement. Public and private communities: … Continue reading

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“Linear thinking is useless in a non-linear world.” The world’s most awesome 12 word social media policy (h/t to the SocialFish) Is a network mindset (Beth Kanter) the solution to your Board succession woes? Is Facebook the right place for … Continue reading

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Changing workforce = changing needs from professional associations. Shelly Alcorn asks: are you ready? Faced with a tough choice? Just pick something. Delaying has costs, too. No business model lasts forever. What are you doing to prepare? Stop fighting your … Continue reading

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Five (not so?) simple leadership truths. Does doing precede knowing? Are you the peanut butter or the jelly? Everybody says they want a great organizational culture, but Jamie Notter asks: what are you actually doing to make it happen? Jeffrey … Continue reading

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Making a mistake is not the same as failing. Which is more important: your org chart or your organization’s networks? Want to innovate? Ask a new question. Vendors are not the enemy. Start with the most important thing. Social media, … Continue reading

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Big week = short list. What can you do? What are – and aren’t – you willing to sacrifice for work? Seemingly unsolvable problem? Get the hell out of Dodge. Want progress? Joe Gerstandt says you better be ready to … Continue reading

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Uber, DC, and the innovation model versus the permission model. Speaking of changing learning, check out what Cisco’s up to. Secrets of prolific content creators. (I think  this is good advice for anyone who wants to get any kid of … Continue reading

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10 Skills for the future workforce. Want to reward your readers? How about a cookie? Do you do press releases? (you know you do) PRSA can help you write better boilerplate (although I’d probably avoid the alliteration thing). Secret to … Continue reading

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Jamie Notter writes about the difference between failure and mistakes, and why it’s important. Do you ever facilitate a meeting or conversation? Of course you do! Consider this your periodic reminder to check in on Jeffrey Cufaude’s Facilitation Friday posts. … Continue reading

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