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Friday Top 5

I had the opportunity to deliver ASAE’s Membership Development course as part of Association Management Week with Lauren Hefner on Wednesday. It’s pretty much 101-level content, but sometimes it’s really useful to be reminded of the basics. The top five … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

It’s trends time. Associations Now looks at what’s in and out for associations in 2014. An association-centric take on the most common – and commonly broken – New Year’s resolutions. Jamie Notter encourages us to forget about “values” and think … Continue reading

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Associations 101

Same great format (10 tips in 20 minutes), but lots of new content and speakers! This Friday, we’ll be kicking off the 2014 Associations 101 #10in20 webinar series with a presentation by Rob Barnes on organizational culture. Fitness Australia worked … Continue reading

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Associations Now picked up on my “Why Is Membership the Only Relationship” post and wrote a great response/extension of the thinking. Important decision to make? Rely on the data, but don’t JUST rely on the data. Mobile advice for small … Continue reading

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Fantastic, if long, piece about what’s wrong with unpaid internships. (By the way, I agree – I think they are not only a bad idea and potentially illegal, but also immoral.) Keys to a successful ideation session – step one: … Continue reading

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John Haydon tells us how to write more (and better) blog posts. The State of Social Business from Altimeter Group (it’s on Slideshare, but it’s not really a presentation). Are you good at getting better but bad at getting different? … Continue reading

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How can you tell if your CEO is ready for innovation? These questions could help. The future of technology, and the caveman law: tech v. primitive desires? Bet on primitive desires every time. Having trouble understanding what the Higgs Boson … Continue reading

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What’s your leadership mindset: linear or exponential? It’s important to embrace failure, sure, but don’t let that prevent you from doing your homework in the first place. Does increased social media use make people more unhappy? More on shared CEO … Continue reading

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On goofing off for fun and profit. Jamie Notter on what to take away from the demise of Google’s 20% time. Crowdsourcing leads to dramatic progress in sentiment analysis, a key ingredient to social media success. By now you’ve no … Continue reading

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An oldie but a goodie from Guy Kawasaki on innovation (h/t to the SocialFish for highlighting it). Top membership takeaways from #ASAE13 as identified by the always fab Joe Rominiecki. Running an end of year campaign? Farra Trompeter can help … Continue reading

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