Keeping Up With the Digital Joneses
By Jason Carlbom
With more than 1,000 members-including some of the most familiar faces in print, broadcast and electronic communications, it's only fitting the website for New York Women in Communications, Inc. (NYWICI) pushes the e-envelope. From online journals to RSS feeds, an events calendar to a job bulletin, the association site features a variety of constantly changing content driven by member needs.
A Closer Look at Open Platforms
By Jeane Chen
Open source, open platform, open technology. With so many variations of the word, how are associations and not-for-profits supposed to understand? This article provides an overview of the various terms, what they mean, and what it means for associations and not-for-profits.
A Step-by-Step Guide To AMS Software Replacement
By Bob Alves
No executive likes to overhaul the association management system (AMS), let alone face the panic this causes the IT team. It's a complex undertaking that has the potential to disrupt the entire association's day-to-day activities. If you're thinking about it, it means your organization is having major issues and you have to deal with the problem soon.
Practical Ways Your Association Can Leverage SEO
By Michael Teitelbaum
Association and not-for-profit executives are quite familiar with the power of the web in helping them find, get, and keep members and donors online. Almost every not-for-profit has an attractive website that provides solid, well-organized information and useful tools to its visitors. However, getting the right people to the website is a puzzle most associations, and other businesses, for that matter, are still trying to solve.
NYSAE's Technology Institute To Tackle Social Networking and E-Fundraising
Join NYSAE on April 29 for its Technology Institute, which will help organizations learn how to leverage the web to support a variety of marketing campaigns, educational programs, build their communities, support their commercial goals, and more. The program includes two parallel tracks, focusing on social networking and e-fundraising.
Synergy Awards Luncheon Recognizes Exceptional Members
NYSAE's Awards Luncheon Program recognizes members who have made outstanding contributions to the profession of association and not-for-profit management, as well as to NYSAE. The April 29 Synergy Awards Luncheon will be held at the Park Central Hotel prior to the Technology Institute.
March 23, 2009 - Professional Development Session
"Get Organized - The Key to Managing Change in the Workplace"
Yvonne Surrey, owner, Y.E.S. Surrey Office Services, facilitated a March Professional Development Session at NYSAE headquarters on "Get Organized: The Key to Managing Change in the Workplace."
NYSAE Members Get Reduced Rate at Better Business Bureau Forum on Leading the Recovery
New York Society of Association Executives is an event supporter of the Education and Research Foundation of the Better Business Bureau Serving Metropolitan New York's second CSR Forum: Leading the Recovery: Restoring Transparency and Trust in Business. May 12, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Time, Inc.