With an increasing number of businesses forgoing traditional systems of decision making, associations may want to take notice.
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Cross-department collaboration should be embedded in an association’s very DNA and be a core expectation of staff, “meaning it needs to be in performance evaluations and folks need to know they will be evaluated on how well they collaborate across the organization,” said John Hockman, principal at McKinley Advisors.
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The rise of the association chief learning officer reflects the need by many groups to find new ways to boost member value. “We’re trying to create a really high-quality online learning experience that mirrors the best practices in technology that we know that are part of our DNA,” said Joseph South, CLO at the International Society for Technology in Education.