Month: May 2015

New Article Posted – You Have to Actively Manage Your Database

I encounter people (often executive staff!) who perceive association management software (AMS) to be similar to other software products like MS Word. That is, they think of AMS software as the kind of software you buy, install, and use as you need it. Let’s face it, once you learn the key things you need to …

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New Article Posted – Using SMART Objectives to Manage Your Database

According to Wikipedia, the SMART mnemonic was developed by George T. Doran in 1981. I was first exposed to it in a day-long seminar in project management back in the ‘90s. The SMART mnemonic is a way to clearly communicate what you are trying to accomplish, and to clearly measure if the goals you are …

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