Association TRENDS is proud to announce this year’s Salute to Association Excellence Leading Association Lobbyists! These are awarded to a class of outstanding executives who help accomplish their organization’s advocacy and grassroots initiatives. Click here to learn more about these amazing professionals. Register to attend the Salute to Association Excellence today and lock in the discounted rate!
Are we blushing?? We are so honored that AH decided to author an entire article dedicated to 2018’s Learnapalooza! When we created our Learnapalooza conference for the association education and learning professional two years ago, we never thought we’d see the success we’ve witnessed in such a short amount of time. We are already in
A tidal wave of life-changing and occasionally life-imitating technology is upon us. AI, robotics, big data, IOT, VR/AR, and digital assistants are changing the nature of our society and our professions and blurring the line between human and technology. Welcome to the Fourth Industrial Revolution! The immediate challenge? While members and constituencies live in a
In 2017 Association TRENDS observed the significant lack of events that focused on providing training to the program, marketing, and education professionals within an association. Thus, Learnapalooza was born. This second annual Learnapalooza took place at the National Housing Center in D.C. and kicked off on October 16th. The conference consisted of 11 education sessions
October is National CyberSecurity Awareness Month and it’s a perfect time to review your association’s security procedures—starting with employee education. An organization could spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on deploying top-notch CyberSecurity tools but without proper training of end users, it’s useless. Educating staff on the “why” of CyberSecurity is critical. Employees need to
With the House majority at stake in Tuesday’s election, a shift from Republican to Democratic control would have huge implications for the national agenda and the Trump presidency. Broad national factors, no doubt, will shape the outcome of many battleground contests. But local factors remain relevant, though perhaps less paramount than in past elections. Here