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My Robot Threw Up!

My Robot Threw Up

  Featuring Dr. Jon Aleckson and Ron Moen Dr. Jon Aleckson, Web Courseworks, and Ron Moen, CHEST, will come together to speak at ASAE Tech on December 14, 2016. The presentation will highlight a case study of CHEST utilizing xAPI, and will focus on how the Internet of Things has been incorporated with gamification, virtualization, […]

4 Secrets to a Successful Meeting

association conference

We attended the American Society of Association Executives’ annual meeting (ASAE) this year (as we do every year) and even after dealing with the hassles of purchasing carpet, setting up a booth, and comparing your booth to those handing out free margaritas (yes, this happened), we will be attending next year’s conference to go through […]

Attending Conferences a Must

  I was inspired recently after reading Thom Singer’s blog post:  “Five Reasons You Should Attend A Conference.” It got me thinking about the importance of conference attendance on a personal level and a company level.  On a personal level, it is important for your team members to be aware of association conferences they should […]

Improving Professional Learning: 12 Strategies to Enhance Performance

In the late 1960s professional organizations began actively to address the growing disconnect between advances in knowledge and the practitioners who were no longer involved in institutional learning.  While this was most pronounced in the medical field—where advances were occurring at a dizzying pace—it also occurred within organizations for teachers, lawyers, business professionals, social workers, […]

ASAE TECH Preview- December 15 and 16th

The association of association executives, ASAE, (American Society of Association Executives) holds a technology conference each year in December. I have attended about half of the total conferences held and I am excited that this year is its 10th anniversary. The conference attracts strong attendance and some 150 exhibitors. Most importantly it features over 42 educational […]