In this episode, Sharon Rice, Managing Director for Business Strategy for .orgSource, and Jim Lahey, an accomplished Associations Executive and global channel leader, are back to talk about channel development for associations.
In this episode, Sharon Rice, Managing Director of Business Strategy for .orgSource, discusses the importance of channel networks and channel development with Jim Lahey, an accomplished Associations Executive and global channel leader.
A healthy organizational culture sets the stage for success. On this podcast, Kevin Martlage, .orgSource Senior Consultant, will explain how to lean on your culture during challenging times by being intentional, communicative, and clear.
In this episode Sharon Rice, Managing Director of Business Strategy at .orgSource will outline how scenario planning can prepare organizations for uncertainty. She’ll cover considerations for members and customers, products and services, operations, governance, finance, and beyond.
In this episode Abe Eshkenazi, CEO of the Association for Supply Chain Management, joins me to talk about how he steered his organization through the 2008 recession. Abe will share key actions you can take to succeed through challenge and demonstrate value to your members.
The Low Touch Economy is both a complication of the pandemic and a feature of digital business. In this episode, Sharon Rice, .orgSource Director of Business Strategy and I share the outcomes of research that our company conducted to learn how associations are navigating this new environment. We’ll focus on behavioral shifts, opportunities for innovation, and economic scenarios and strategies
Even before the pandemic, the way professionals learn was changing. If your education strategy is grounded in certification prep courses, CEUs and conferences, you may be working harder and harder to engage the same number of participants as you have in the past. If this is true for your association, it is a sign you may not be where the market is.
During this session, we will explore how professionals learn today, what employers are looking for, and how to use that information to create an education strategy that improves not only the number but also the share of participants year over year.