While there’s no guarantee, experience suggests that “if you measure it, they will do it,” so let’s be sure we measure the right stuff.
Billhighway has built a library full of articles, webinars, templates, and more created exclusively for associations with components (chapters, sections, states, and affiliates).
We’re returning to AGC and the remaining three phases of a successful chapter benchmarking project: sharing that data, providing resources, and supporting their growth with chapter leader training and development.
Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of a chapter benchmarking project, starting with a well-designed chapter self-assessment tool.
You want data that truly reflects chapter performance and progress toward mutual goals. Here's five prerequisites for a successful project.
In-person, virtual or hybrid? That question is an ongoing conversation between associations and their chapters that is often complicated by differing state restrictions and the comfort levels of members regarding in-person events, leaving associations with no clear answers.
Focusing on ways we can tap into our chapters’ successes thus making them a part of our overall membership strategy. We shared several success stories where chapter-generated programs became role-models for their associations and how we can make the case for chapters to our bosses.
Many associations went from zero to 60 in the shift to digital over the past year. Now what? Keeping up with a new technology landscape and building on what you’ve learned is essential to future success. Here are four ideas to keep the momentum going.
As the pandemic wanes and associations start hosting hybrid or fully face-to-face meetings, they must consider traditional issues of risk management when it comes to shifting insurance liability in contracts and intellectual property.
What better time to showcase what volunteers did for a small-staff association than National Volunteer Week? A complex project involving intimidating software was solved by data-savvy members who stepped in to get the job done.