Month: September 2015

Want to improve user adoption? Get rid of the screen noise

As a former association executive who spent many years working in the association database, I remember the days of having screens with all kinds of fields that no one ever touched. For example, I worked in one system that displayed 16 fields for demographic data about a customer, even though my association didn’t collect any …

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An excellent interview – with me!

Here’s an interview of me conducted recently by Celisa Steele of Tagoras Consulting around data management. A nice quick 20 minute listen. Celisa asked some great questions. And if you’re in senior management in professional development, don’t miss this one-of-a-kind event being hosted by Tagoras in October in Baltimore.

A must-attend for senior-level execs in professional development

  I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be serving as one of the select faculty at the Leading Learning Symposium, presented by Tagoras Consulting, October 27-28, 2015, in Baltimore. Click here to read all the details. The symposium is a unique two-day event designed specifically for leaders in the business of lifelong learning, continuing education, …

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Simple Business Rules Make for Easier Data Management

Over the years of working with hundreds of clients, I’ve discovered that one of the biggest challenges associations have with data is self-inflicted: overly-complex business rules. For example, one group I worked with had the following business rule: If five people from the same organization attended the same event, the fifth person could attend for …

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