- “…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.
- Mental disorder or neurodiversity? Warning: this one is long, but it’s also very thought provoking.
- If “real innovation is always the outcome of ongoing discourse among a small group of innovators who truly understand the importance of what they’re working on,” what does that mean for open innovation projects?
- Does the existence of language stifle innovation? (as a words person more than an images person, I could be in trouble)
- The most secure password is the one you don’t even consciously know. (this is some next-level shit for real)
- Great tools to hack your life from Associations Now (plus even more in the comments).
- Looking for a little inspiration on a Wednesday? You’re in luck.
- Associations Now recaps #MMCCon with a focus on the small points that add up to big impact.
- Going cold turkey on multi-tasking costs you nothing and gains you a lot.
- Are you member driven or governance driven (because they are not the same thing)?
- Tips for using social media as part of your crisis communications plan from the SocialFish blog.
- Associations Now rounds up recent trends and changes in AMS packages.
- The American Association of Publishers jumps into the open access fray.
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