Do your chapter leaders have an effective way to communicate and connect with National and each other? AIGA’s chapter leaders didn’t think so. Enter the picture: Slack. We cover how AIGA converted over 600 chapter leaders to using this new communication tool, implementation and adoption processes and the key benefits and associated challenges. View Slides >>
Is communicating with your chapter officers inefficient? Do you spend hours creating a perfectly curated email, only to find out that you had a horrible open rate and no one actually read it? AIGA has this chapter challenge and engaged their chapter leaders for a solution. Enter the picture: Slack.
This webinar runs through a mini-case study that dispels AIGA converted over 600 chapter leaders to using this new commuication model/tool. We cover the implementation, adoption, benefits and challenges.
Adopting Slack was suggested by chapter leaders at annual Leadership Retreat as a way to connect chapter leaders once they leave the conference. The chapter leaders believed that Slack was an accessible, but exclusive platform and tool for tech savvy leaders/members. AIGA also wanted to provide guidelines and standards for their chapters. If chapter leaders receive less emails, skinnier inboxes, they will be more likely to read what AIGA sends. Less emails, more channels.