From a marketing-themed issue of the Harvard Business Review: when it comes to marketing “most organizations are stuck in the last century.” […]
Integration just means that technologies can ‘speak’ to each other. I can confidently guess that you use more than one technology solution, I mean, who doesn’t these days. But you might be missing out on functionality and paying more than you need if they are not integrated. Here are three examples about why it matters. […]
If I had to bet money on a business model that is both one to emulate and one that is in desperate need of disruption, it would be the professional association.
Many businesses today are striving to deliver the kinds of benefits to their audiences that associations excel at:
Consistently deliver useful and helpful content
Organizations that have members find themselves in an endless, and, at times, costly pursuit of new members. Or renewing existing members. It’s the rollercoaster ride that never stops and rarely even slows down.
But one unique factor these days is that while the ride is staying the same, it keeps entering new territory; environments reshaped by […]