October

Features

  • Cover Story: 5 Questions for the Next 5 Years
    By: Edited by Samantha Whitehorne How will new technology and the next-generation workforce affect the work of associations and their members? Associations Now asked association professionals and industry partners to answer the questions organizations need to think about today to prepare for the years ahead.
  • Perspectives on Association Pricing
    By: Lynda McDaniel Picking the right price is no easy task, and there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Several association professionals share the details and demands they've faced in making pricing decisions at their organizations.
  • Why Your Next Meeting Needs a Meeting Steward
    By: Jeff Hurt Don't know who a meeting steward is? Well you should. This person can take your meeting logistics to the next level and make your attendees happier as a result.
  • Where Are They Now?
    By: Joe Rominiecki A lot of associations have shared their stories in Associations Now over the past five years. Ever wonder what happened with some of them later? We revisit with five associations we've previously featured to find out.
  • What Insurance Coverage Is Your Association Missing?
    By: Douglas R. Kelly You already know about the importance of having insurance to cover your tradeshow, your board, and your employees. But other potential liabilities are lurking that may be critical to the health of your association.
  • 5 Intriguing Association Leaders: Jack Sim
    By: Edited by Summer Faust Many association professionals are going above and beyond in their work, but here are five leaders who are setting the bar with innovative initiatives and goals that will better their organizations and their communities.
  • 5 Intriguing Association Leaders: Dawn Sweeney
    By: Edited by Summer Faust Many association professionals are going above and beyond in their work, but here are five leaders who are setting the bar with innovative initiatives and goals that will better their organizations and their communities.
  • 5 Intriguing Association Leaders: Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
    By: Edited by Summer Faust Many association professionals are going above and beyond in their work, but here are five leaders who are setting the bar with innovative initiatives and goals that will better their organizations and their communities.
  • 5 Intriguing Association Leaders: Maya Enista
    By: Edited by Summer Faust Many association professionals are going above and beyond in their work, but here are five leaders who are setting the bar with innovative initiatives and goals that will better their organizations and their communities.
  • 5 Intriguing Association Leaders: Jim Gibbons
    By: Edited by Summer Faust Many association professionals are going above and beyond in their work, but here are five leaders who are setting the bar with innovative initiatives and goals that will better their organizations and their communities.

Departments


Horizons
  • The Challenges of Hiring for Innovation
    By: David Zepponi Innovation is not what it used to be. In the 21st century, it’s more about team synergies than individual creativity, and associations must look for staff who thrive in a collaborative environment.
Ideabank
Intelligence
Small scale
  • How a Small Staff Staffs Its Conference
    By: Teresa Evans-Hunter, CAE How the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics works with volunteers to plan and staff its annual conference.
Community now
Supplements
  • Connecting the Coasts
    By: Summer Faust Organizations headquartered in greater Washington aren't limited to Beltway-based membership. Find out the best ways to strengthen the bond with your West Coast constituents while expanding your profile outside of DC.