Many nonprofit organizations develop budgets based on traditional methods utilized by accountants and finance managers. This is good for external reporting but less useful for internal decision-making about organizational priorities and alignment to the budget. Activity Based Costing (ABC) is an approach that makes transparent all the activities of the organization and their associated costs which provides useful information to management. This session introduces the concept of ABC accounting, benefits and showcases real-world examples.
Come learn in this two-part session why and how medical societies need to make the battle against physician burnout a top priority and how to apply some of the same principles in your own life and work.
The COVID-19 pandemic affects many facets of associations, particularly in-person meetings and conferences. In this session, Jeffery Tenenbaum, Esq., will cover many of the legal implications involved with this current situation.
This two-part session will examine how tools associated with StrengthFinder 2.0 can help identify and build leaders at every level in an organization and create positive team habits for staff and volunteers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only thrown a huge monkey wrench into associations’ planned in-person meetings and conferences, but has also thrown a big curve ball into association governance. From canceled membership meetings to virtual board meetings to online elections to an inability to meet governance requirements imposed by law, bylaws or policy, associations are struggling to find answers to a host of pressing governance questions. As you navigate these issues for your own association, where do you find these answers, what are practical, workable solutions to these significant challenges, and what will constitute compliance with the law and your own governing documents?
Sheri Jacobs, FASAE, CAE, author of the Art of Membership, will identify the six trends healthcare associations cannot ignore, raise questions you should be discussing with your staff and leadership and provide examples of solutions being adopted by some organizations.
Boards often are uncertain about what to do, or how best to serve the organization. You’re in for a surprise as you learn traditional AND innovative ways that highly effective, peak-performing boards carry out their work. Leave your preconceived notions about “nonprofit” boards at the door, and dare to enter this challenging, thought-provoking, high energy event!