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What I’m Reading

Quick list – there’s been lots of good stuff lately, but I’m sharing most of it via my Twitter feed these days. Great post from John Haydon about the human factors that influence email open rates (hint: it should be … Continue reading

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Committees can still provide valuable volunteer opportunities for your members, as long as the work they’re doing is meaningful. Annoyed about Facebook’s ever-increasing page rank changes? Eight tips to fight back (one of which is “quit relying on Facebook for … 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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Experiencing Facebook envy? Turns out, your friends ARE more popular than you (and probably richer and happier, too). The complete guide to LinkedIn etiquette (just in time, too, since there’s been an active conversation about this on ASAE’s Collaborate community … Continue reading

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Friday Top 5

I had lunch with a dear friend I don’t see often enough earlier this week. She is also a sole practitioner running her own business, although she’s been part time while raising preschool aged kids. “Thing Two” starts kindergarten this … Continue reading

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Association professionals know – or at least, we should know – that lapsed members are our best sources of growth. Jeffrey Cufaude asks: what – if anything – are you doing to bring them back? The 10 worst reasons to … Continue reading

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Always the Last to Know: Open IDEO

Most of us are probably familiar with IDEO, the design and innovation consulting firm, partially made famous by their widely-publicized example of┬áredesigning of shopping carts. But do you know about Open IDEO? It’s an open innovation platform designed to help … Continue reading

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Jamie Notter on the problem with proof. What do you need to know to manage for innovation? Can you turn any LCD screen into a touch screen? Maybe, although it’s still not going to turn your TV into a giant … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Cufaude is doing a great series on cultivating engagement. You should definitely check it out! There are no best practices. Want to hire highly creative people? You have to break out of your narrow job description and hiring practices … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Cufaude urges us to choose to be happy. If you’re following his advice, there are some habits that will help you. I particularly like “assume people have good intentions.” CEOs think social is important, just not for them. Jamie … Continue reading

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