You can still listen to the non-dues revenue webinar I participated in with ACGI Software earlier this week. Here’s a recap of the webinar from ACGI Software with a link to the recording.
I first heard this advice from Alan Weiss, consulting guru. The idea is that extrapolating a rule from a single instance is a bad practice. What you may be experiencing is the exception, not the rule. I see this far too often with my clients. For example, someone on staff (usually a senior staffer who
I’ve posted a new article on my website. For seven years I have conducted a one-question, non-scientific survey of association executives, asking them “What data management/database issue are you being challenged with right now?” This year I received over 150 responses from association executives representing all types and sizes of associations. As I always do, I’ve
The launch of the Obamacare state exchanges are scheduled for October 1, and the experts expect the launch to be “rocky” as many states do not have all of the required functionality for the websites built or tested yet. This got me to thinking about one of my cardinal rules about website redesign. Never, and
On Tuesday, September 24, I’ll be having a conversation with Dan Kasprow, CTO of ACGI Software, on growing non-dues revenue. This is a free webinar hosted by ACGI Software. Click here to learn more and to register. Hope to “see” you there.
My colleague Mary Pat Paris at the the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) is seeking to fill a database position called netFORUM Application and Data Advisor. NRECA has been voted a top 50/100 “Best Places to Work” by several different magazines/lists. For more information on the position, go to http://www.jobtarget.com/c/copro.cfm?site_id=227&co=25387
Since 2007, I’ve been conducting an annual non-scientific survey of associations, asking them what their biggest data management issues are. You can find the results of past surveys here. The survey is only one question. You can find the survey here. It will only take you 2-3 minutes to complete. I’m closing the survey on