Seek and Ye Shall Find

My writing has been plentiful lately, but you have to seek it in other spaces at the moment.

If you are interested in rethinking how organizations manage the transition of long-time volunteers see my article entitled "Volunteer Management: Don't Cut the String Tie a New Knot" in the Greater Washington Society of Association Executives magazine, Executive Update, Executive Update Online - Volunteer Management: Don't Cut the String Tie a New Knot.

The same issue contains an Ideas to Action opinion piece I authored about organizations serving as "trusted editors" for the myriad of decisions their members and customers face, Executive Update Online - Ideas into Action.

And if you are interested in how we need to rethink meetings and conferences to better promote learning, you might enjoy the major feature article I wrote for the Professional Convention Management Association's May issue of Convene magazine entitled "A Curriculum for Change: making Learning the Metric that Matters Most," Professional Convention Management Association - Convene Archives. Beginning in September, I become a Convene Contributing Columnist with a monthly piece focused on learning.

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