- John Haydon tells us how to write more (and better) blog posts.
- The State of Social Business from Altimeter Group (it’s on Slideshare, but it’s not really a presentation).
- Are you good at getting better but bad at getting different? Maybe you need more insight.
- AI: defeating captchas today, diagnosing diseases tomorrow?
- Jamie Notter asks: what is the job of the CEO? Associations Now provides some possible answers.
- How do you market your value as an association?
- Think you’re a Facebook power user? Check out these tools – I’ll bet you’ll find at least one new trick.
- Ambitious for success? Find a sponsor.
- Apparently, business continuity planning is EXACTLY like rain on your wedding day. Ironic?
- Crisis comms: Buffer’s doing it right.
- Member complaints: it’s not about a refund; it’s about empathy (and fixing things).
- Tend to focus on the negative? You are hard-wired for that, but you can retrain your brain (but it’s about more than “thinking positively”).
- DSMV as dystopian, plot-less novel?
- Increased automation: friend or foe? (Have I mentioned that I stubbornly insist on driving a manual transmission car?)
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