Governance

The United Nations & Civic Associations

10th November 2021
As part of the exclusive partnership between Boardroom and the Union of International Associations, Cyril Ritchie, UIA President, reviews the nature of Civic Associations and their role towards educating, raising awareness, better informing especially when it comes to the United Nations.
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Creating Safe Spaces to Support Agility

14th June 2021
For Boardroom,Tracy Bury, President, AC Forum, and Deputy CEO, World Physiotherapy argues that agility is critical to avoiding injury when it comes to changing direction – just look at sports. So, in what ways does this apply to associations?
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Building Agile Governance for Associations

10th May 2021
In this ever-changing environment in which we are living and working – and certainly not because of COVID-19 only – it was only natural for ESAE to run a webinar on ‘Building Agile Governance Models for Associations’, as Cecile Koch reports.
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Global Partnerships in the COVID-19 Era

29th March 2021
International association public affairs and advocacy specialist Tommy Goodwin identifies examples of association collaboration and innovation that have met the moment and delivered new types of value during difficult circumstances.
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GDPR: What You Need to Know About Codes of Conduct

18th March 2021
Frederique Jos, of law firm and Boardroom partner Kadrant, writes about GDPR and how trade associations and other representative bodies may draw up Codes of Conduct that identify and address data protection issues that are important to their members.
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Leading Through Change

15th March 2021
Boardroom contributor and Boardroom MiniCourses Expert Renata Lerch makes the case for agile organizations, which can create alignment through constant communications, strategy, vision and purpose.
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Languages & Stereotypes: A Challenge for Associations

18th December 2020
Franco Viviani, former President of the International Council for Physical Activity and Fitness Research, and anthropologist at the University of Padua, Italy, reflects on the concept of stereotypes, their link with spoken languages – and their implications for the lives of associations.
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The Essential Role of “Social Capital”

22nd October 2020
Franco Viviani, former President of the International Council for Physical Activity and Fitness Research, and anthropologist at the University of Padua, Italy, reflects on the concept of Social Capital and its implications in our personal and professional lives.
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Making Learning Intentional in The Turbulent Twenties

5th October 2020
Jeff De Cagna FRSA FASAE, makes the case for why learning is a non-negotiable requirement in The Turbulent Twenties and how associations can make learning intentional both inside their organizations and externally through their business models.
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A Future-Proof Plan Post-Pandemic

3rd August 2020
Boardroom polled AC Forum —who values peer-to-peer exchange on all things association-related and serves as a knowledge exchange for organisations of all kinds facing industry challenges— on how their member associations anticipate changes in the association sector and the events they hold.
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