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Is counting members the right measure of success? (My whitepaper co-author Peter Houstle talks about this a lot, too.) Maddie Grant’s session at MMCC on tech tools for the socially savvy got a ton of good word of mouth last … Continue reading

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If branding is all about stories (and it is), do you know what stories your members want told? Is Twitter starting to fade? Could Microsoft be the one to crack the virtual assistant code? Big data privacy concerns: the law … Continue reading

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Jeff Hurt offers sound advice for improving your conference breakouts. Talk about a change of pace: why you should run your business like a nonprofit. Shelly Alcorn points out that a lot of people don’t trust associations, and maybe they … Continue reading

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Are You a Student or an Attendee?

Thanks to the efforts of Jeff Hurt (among others), those of us who speak frequently in the association world are well aware of the principles of adult learning, particularly those around frequent, active participation, engagement, being solution-oriented, providing content in … Continue reading

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We Need a Conference Revolution

Great Slideshare from Jeff Hurt proposing radical change for conferences and events: We Need A Conference Revolution from Jeff Hurt I particularly like everything he has to say about the changing role of speakers (as facilitators of learning experiences) and … Continue reading

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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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Looking to hire a consultant? Here’s some good advice. Social media, IP, and the awesome that is Creative Commons. Re-doing your website? Here are some key design elements to keep in mind. Bursting your filter bubble. Everything you know about … Continue reading

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The Engaged Learner

Seems like this is the season of calls for presentations, which puts me in mind of a Jeff Hurt presentation on conference trends: The Evolution Of Onsite Conferences from Jeff Hurt (He explains the slides in more detail at the … 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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Google has made some changes to Gmail, and they WILL affect you. Hubspot has the details. (See below for a great video from John Haydon to help you straighten out your own Gmail inbox organization.) MIT’s Technology Review has some … Continue reading

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