I was reading an article in the MultiView Association Adviser and thought it was very good and worth repeating …… While there are varying opinions on the age group of

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Boards are episodic decision-making groups, as opposed to groups that need to construct effective decisions together daily, so their tasks are usually cognitive—setting processes, considering facts, and predicting outcomes. It’s

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HOW TO HANDLE RISK AT RISKY MOMENTS BY MARK ATHITAKIS / MAY 23, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) News of economic weakness shouldn’t unsettle associations—it should prompt them to think more about what’s worth

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TIERED BENEFITS: A BETTER SOLUTION FOR TRADE ASSOCIATIONS? BY JOE ROMINIECKI / APR 6, 2016(iStock/Thinkstock) A multilevel membership structure that varies by benefits chosen, not by company size, could eliminate

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FOODSERVICE GROUP’S NEW INTERACTIVE BENCHMARKS HELP MEMBERS DELIVER BY ROB STOTT / SEP 2, 2015(iStock/Thinkstock) In a quest to continually offer members value that they can’t find on the open internet,

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In a perfect world every association or other every Chief Staff Officer would have a documented, formal succession plan. (Not to be confused with the Board’s succession planning document.) If

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Removing a member or even the though of removing a member can be an unpleasant experience. Seldom is it done effectively. We often waist allot of time just ‘thinking about

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A lot of nonprofit leaders are thinking about heading out the door, according to a recent survey by the consultancy Vista Global: 41 percent said they planned to leave their

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HOW TO GET A BOARD’S TRUST EARLY BY MARK ATHITAKIS / SEP 29, 2014 T he early months of a CEO’s tenure can be tense. One association leadership expert discusses

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There are times when your organizations members ask to attend your board meetings. Other times you may want to invite guests to make a brief presentation. Either way a guest

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