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Cybersecurity and Today’s CFO

CFOs can no longer respond with “that’s not my department” when it comes to cybersecurity. In a recent article by Harvard Business Review, CFOs were outed for not taking an active role in their organization’s cybersecurity efforts. Today’s financial executive must focus on more than managing financial risk—they must become an engaged member of theRead more ›

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Arlene Pietranton is 2018’s Association Executive of the Year

Association TRENDS’ Salute to Association Excellence honors the brightest stars of the association community and their commitment to excellence. In its 29th consecutive year, the biggest honor, Association Executive of the Year, was awarded to Arlene Pietranton, the Chief Executive Officer of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). Watch below as she accepts her award atRead more ›

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Wake up to Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation is the term given to the convergence of multiple, parallel technological changes taking place. These changes are impacting the consumer and industrial space and are having a growing impact on virtually every aspect of our lives. The myriad of devices, data, systems, hardware and computing power that are working seamlessly together to enableRead more ›

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Association Forum Announces their 2018 Honors Awards Recipients

Association Forum, also known as Chicago’s “Association for Associations”, announced their 2018 Honors Awards recipients last week, presented to four Association Forum members and one organization in recognition for having made exceptional achievements and contributions to the association management profession. These awards will be presented at the organization’s annual Honors Gala on June 28th inRead more ›

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What’s Your Name Again?

Your association’s advocates are educators, awareness creators, and endorsers. Being thoroughly well versed in the issues they advocate for is part of the job. There is no doubt that advocates arrive on the hill prepared with studies and analysis to assist them in their efforts as they represent their associations. How much of that researchRead more ›

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