Top Association Management Predictions for 2017
The new year is fast-approaching and with it comes new goals, plans, and opportunities for growth. It can be an exciting time to look toward the future and see all the potential for what a new year could hold for your association.
It can also be a time of wondering how things might change in the industry and how associations will adapt to these changes.
At Aptify, we love helping associations find ways to manage, increase and engage their membership. So we asked some of the industry's most influential experts where they think association management is going in 2017, and how associations can adapt effectively.
Here's a taste of what you'll find when you download Top Association Management Predictions for 2017:
"Association management in 2017 will continue a burgeoning trend of organizations beginning to understand how much culture plays into the success or failure of technology implementations."
— Maddie Grant, Expert Digital Strategist and Thought Leader
"You may not like this answer, but I predict association management in 2017 will look pretty much like it did in 2016... I am one of many people who have been calling for real innovation in this community for a long time now, but only a scarce few, quite frankly, have answered the call."
— Jamie Notter, Founding Partner at WorkXO
"2017 is the year to rethink some of our core assumptions about AMS solutions, what we expect from them, and how embedded specific processes are in those solutions."
— John Mancini, Author, Keynoter, Blogger and respected leader of the AIIM global community of information professionals
What are your predictions on where association management is going in 2017? Let us know in the comments below, and don't forget to download the experts' predictions eBook!
About Jennifer Barrell
As the Director of Content, Branding & Buzz at Aptify, Jen oversees the strategy and execution of brand management and content production across the organization’s global offices. She thrives on bringing compelling content and useful information to associations to help them grow and engage their membership. She's also an avid fan of mid-century modern design and all things science fiction.