Cheryl Ronk, president of MSAE, talks with Michael Gallery, Ph.D., CAE, FASAE as he addresses the importance of integrating data driven decision making into strategic planning, governance and member research agenda. “Great organizations do not assume. They research.”
As association executives, you need to know how to protect your intellectual property and respect the rights of others intellectual property. Ignorance is no excuse, especially when considering the consequences of fines and penalties.
Finally, while speaking with Larry Merrill, CAE, Executive Director, Michigan Townships Association you’ll hear what Larry shared with MSAE's Edward Woods III about why association executives should attend MSAE’s Association Law Symposium. That's taking place Monday, Nov. 14 at the Henry Center on the campus of Michigan State University.
Ken Theis, holds the dual roles of President of Dewpoint, and CIO for Delta Dental of Michgian. He sat down for a pair of interivews with MSAE's Edward Woods III.
Learn how you can protect your association from hackers and the dark web. After hearing this presentation, you’ll testify that prevention is far better than restoration. Mr. Theis will also be speaking about cybersecurtity at MSAE’s Association Law Symposium Monday, November 14th.
MSAE's Edward Woods III speaks with Brad Banisik, legal counsel and director of labor relations and policy, Michigan Association of School Boards. Discover how associations can impact judicial decisions through amicus briefs, even after legislation has passed. Whether you are a small or large association, you’ll want to know how to use this resource to benefit your members.
MSAE’s Association Law Symposium takes place Monday, Nov. 14 at the Henry Center on the campus of Michigan State University. As the premiere annual event updating associations on legal, fiscal, human resources and information technology issues, association executives identify this symposium as must-attend event.
In this interview MSAE's Edward Woods III interviews Justin King, CAE, President of Global Behavior, Inc. Here, you'll hear more about the topics and speakers participating in the Association Law Symposium.
This is required listening! Jay Karen, CAE, Chief Executive Officer (CSE) of the National Golf Course Owners Association reviews the Chapter in Membership Essentials on Defining Value. He covers why the chief staff executive (CSE) should be involved in membership activities, how to define value and especially value for members. He then moves into discussing the value proposition for members and why organizations sell memberships.
Sara Miller, CAE a recognized experienced membership professional and membership director and author of two chapters in the new ASAE and Willey publication, Membership Essentials, Second Edition, shares her perspectives on managing the membership department and new ideas for department success.
Lowell Aplebaum, CAE author of chapter 18, Innovations and Potential Directions for Membership Based Organization, of ASAE and Wiley’s new Membership Essentials highlights a variety of the key messages in the context of the Chapter. Listen as this insightful thought leader discusses the core component s of membership for the Chief staff executive; membership model, innovation for relevancy and inclusiveness.
MSAE was honored to interview Scott Oser, MBA of Scott Oser Associates and Ken Doyle, FASAE, CAE, Executive vice president, Smart Electric Power Alliance, the authors of the first chapter of ASAE/Wiley’s new version of the publication Membership Essentials.