Transitioning to a Remote Workplace – An Association’s Perspective

July 8, 2019

Part 1 of 3 Today’s work environment has evolved extensively over the last decade. In the past, having a job typically required physical presence; however, with advanced technologies and cloud-based…

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Choosing the Right Project Management Software for YOUR Team

June 26, 2019

If we were to take a poll, few would be surprised to discover that most professionals have not been formally trained in project management. When you first started your career,…

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Starting Well: four essentials for a good project charter

June 17, 2019

Great works of literature are known for their beginnings. “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” “Call me Ishmael.” “In the beginning, God created.” Some…

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Work-Life Integration: the Newest Evolution of the Workplace

May 16, 2019

Every generation looks at its parents and thinks, “I can do better!” or “I like some of that, but not everything.” Think about your lifestyle, or the way you parent,…

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Tidying Up—the Remote Working Way

April 22, 2019

Have you watched the latest Netflix hit? Marie Kondo has people across America cleaning out closets, clutching old t-shirts as they bid them goodbye, and donating in droves to thrift…

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Project Management and Parenthood: Why everyone is a project manager

April 19, 2019

There used to be a select group of people who were called “project managers.” They had the training, the expertise, and the know-how to accomplish organizational goals. As the landscape…

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Overcome the Challenges of a Distributed Workforce

April 8, 2019

Everywhere you go, people extol the virtues of remote work, including the flexibility and freedom of working out of an office. Most claim they would never return to the old…

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Association Charrette – Lassoing in on Association Challenges Though Self-directed Peer Collaboration

April 2, 2019

February I registered to attend a 3-day retreat for association professionals known as Association Charrette. The event provides an environment for colleague collaboration to openly examine actionable pathways for association…

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Why your Association Needs a Data Strategy

March 26, 2019

Associations and non-profits fall into one of three categories: Anti-data. These organizations trust their gut. They are like gamblers who keep spending money because something in the atmosphere feels right.…

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How to Build a Sense of Team with Remote Workers

March 15, 2019

Gone are the days of Leave it to Beaver and traditional workplaces. We are now entering into a new workplace paradigm in which technology changes everything. Just think about smart…

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