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Further Election 2016 Association Industry Responses

ASAE has posted further clarification of their position on the incoming administration. While I am heartened to see ASAE specifically mention “…work[ing] with the new administration in a manner consistent with our commitment to diversity and inclusion…,” I believe it … Continue reading

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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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Q&A with Online Community Results

Online Community Results recently released an Online Community Software Selection Guide. I had the opportunity to sit down with the OCR team for a brief Q&A on the Guide. Spark: Why did you decide to write the Guide? And why … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

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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What I’m Reading

After a slightly extended Independence Day break, I’m back with a great list of stuff you should read. Tips for managing your workload. I’m particularly fond of the “front load your week” one. I do it all the time to … Continue reading

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Jamie Notter encourages us to become “anti-fragile.” Mashable shares five reasons college students should join professional organizations (like associations?). What is your association doing to reach out to the next generation? Remix culture: Adecco’s doing it wrong in a big, … Continue reading

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“…after forty years of intensive effort, the work-life frontier looks grim” (ouch) What do you believe? Are you willing to put it out there as publicly as Joe Gerstandt? Beware an over-reliance on numbers; they’re more fallible than you think. … Continue reading

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How important are generational differences in the workplace? Giving stuff away for free? What are you getting in return? Grammar “errors” that really aren’t. How does your association define success? If your definition doesn’t include what your members think, you’re … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Did you observe the National Day of Unplugging last week? What did you learn? You know what’s awesome? Minimum Viable Awesome. Jeff De Cagna challenges boards to be better in the March issue of Associations Now, and offers advice on … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

Everyone’s all excited about Facebook’s new Graph Search, aka Facebook takes on Google, including Social Media Examiner, ASAE, and SocialFish. Personal branding trends for 2013 (I’m not so sure these are new this year, but they are good remidners). An … Continue reading

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