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A group of volunteers hit it out of the park last night! This group put their minds, energy and creativity together to save an event and were successful.
Knowing the power of stories, ASAE's EMSC launched a project last year to gather and share the stories of how association's are rebuilding the volunteer spirit. We just wrapped up the project with the sixth and final webinar last week.
Here’s a gem from the blog archives that answers the question: What’s more important … that our chapters follow our rules right down to
the last detail or that they deliver great, meaningful results?
One of the first mantras I learned in the various writing classes I’ve taken over the years is “show, don’t tell.” This mantra can just as easily be applied to the challenge many chapters face when it comes to filling volunteer positions.
The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), has more than 300,000 subscribers,
and Vidstatx lists it second in the top 100 most subscribed nonprofit and activism YouTube channels.
Welcome back to guest blogger Leslie White, CPCU, ARM, CIC, CRM, Croyden Consulting, LLC. In this excerpt, Leslie offers tips on the managing risks of serving liquor at an association event.
What happens if someone attends your event and then causes harm to another or themselves? What if someone under the influence of alcohol gets into a fight or automobile accident, trashes a hotel room or other facility, causes a fire, or drives a vehicle into a building? What is your liability?
Big Data, n.: the belief that any sufficiently large pile of s— contains a pony.
In a recent Washington Post article, Samuel Arbesman shared the tweet above and debunked Five Myths about Big Data including the misconceived notion that “Bigger data is better”.
“In science, some admittedly mind-blowing big-data analyses are being done. In business, companies are being told to ‘embrace big data before your competitors do.’ But big data is not automatically better. Really big datasets can be a mess. Unless researchers and analysts can reduce the number of variables and make the data more manageable, they get
quantity without a whole lot of quality. Give me some quality medium data over bad big data any day”
ASAE's Executive Management Section Council is shedding the light on five associations who dared to reimagine volunteering through a series of Webinars in September, October and November. Hear the stories of IEEE, Maryland Association of CPAs, Society of Petroleum Engineers, Aging Network Volunteer Collaborative, and the Financial Planning Association.
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