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What I’m Reading

Tips for emerging association professionals from Shelly Alcorn and KiKi L’Italien. The real reason associations don’t innovate? According to Eric Lanke, it’s because we don’t really know our members very well. Free, easy tips to improve your staff members’ days. … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

First of all, it’s the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. If, like me, you didn’t get tickets to the ceremony on the Mall today, at least we can watch Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s … Continue reading

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The Inconvenient Truth About Innovation

Lots of organizations talk about innovation, but few do it well. And that’s the exact problem: we talk too much and experiment too little. A week ago, I had the opportunity to attend a free webinar on innovation and culture … Continue reading

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What Is Your Real Mission?

Last fall, I had the opportunity to participate in The Boondoggle. Organized by Joe Gerstandt and Jason Lauritsen, it provided an opportunity for 10 people who didn’t know each other to sit in a cabin outside Omaha for 2 1/2 … Continue reading

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IGNITE: Hack to Innovate

Invest five minutes in this outstanding IGNITE presentation from Jason Lauritsen on how hacking leads to innovation, and why, as a result, we shouldn’t fear the concept. I particularly love his “is it hackable?” matrix, which comes down to the … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

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 thinkĀ  this is good advice for anyone who wants to get any kid of … 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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What I’m Reading

Of course, seeing as I wasn’t in Colorado this week, I’ve been reading the #ideas12 hashtag! Warning signs your team could be in trouble. Brian Solis updates his definition of social media. Great point/counterpoint on Talent Anarchy about employment contracts. … Continue reading

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