I spent several weeks in Spain this summer, and, early on in my travels, I found myself at a café, trying to decide what to eat. I saw sándwich mixto on the menu board. I’m not fluent in Spanish, but I know sándwich mixto translates to mixed sandwich.

But what’s a mixed sandwich?

And what does that have to do with your education offerings? [click to continue…]

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Do you want to be seen as the leader of knowledge and learning in your field or industry?

Do you want access to a constant stream of high quality ideas and content that help you connect with members and customers, build your audience, and generate new product ideas?

If you want any or all of the above, then curation needs to be part of your strategy. [click to continue…]

Virtual Events on the Rise Among Associations? You Tell Us.

August 20, 2014

Between our inaugural Association Virtual Conferences 2011 report, and our next version of the report, Association Virtual Events 2012, we saw the number of associations offering a virtual event more than triple. Of the respondents to the online survey that served as the basis for Association Virtual Conferences 2011, 11.7 percent indicated their organizations had […]

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Can We Get a Little Virtual Help from Our Friends?

August 13, 2014

Last week Jeff highlighted some of our free continuing education strategy resources. We’re pretty proud of that list and the substantive data and support they offer to those of you working in the business of continuing education, professional development, and lifelong learning. But we couldn’t offer such resources without the information and insight you provide—and […]

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The Opportunity of Lifetime Enrollment

August 8, 2014

What if you enrolled in a graduate program and then never really graduated? Instead, after an initial immersive experience, you are able to access “mini-courses” and other resources as they actually apply throughout your career. As a result, you are able to move from “learn-learn-learn-certify-wait-wait-wait-deploy” – often not very effective as a way of transferring […]

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Free Continuing Education Strategy Resources

August 4, 2014

This it the third and final post in a series of summer “down time” posts. In the first, I highlighted some of the most popular Tagoras blog posts for the past quarter. In the second, I highlighted the most clicked links from Leading Learning from the first half of this year. In this post, I […]

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Top 10 Resource Links from Leading Learning

July 28, 2014

In my last post I highlighted some of the most popular recent articles on the Tagoras blog. In this one, I thought I’d highlight the top links to external resources that we have provided in the Leading Learning newsletter during the first half of 2014. The monthly newsletter contains links to any new Tagoras research […]

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Pricing, Flipping, Blue Ocean and Other Popular Posts

July 21, 2014

We’re lying low and taking some time off until early August, so now seems like a good time to go into the archives and highlight some of the more popular posts from the past. The following are the six most viewed posts – in descending order – on the Tagoras blog for the past quarter. […]

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If you want to charge for it, don’t call it a Webinar

June 30, 2014

I’ve written before here about the inform-perform distinction as a way to differentiate Webinars for which you don’t charge from those for which you do. Here’s another, much simpler approach to Webinar strategy: if you want to charge for it, don’t call it a Webinar.

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Social Learning in the Association Space – Free White Paper

June 26, 2014

Readers who attended our recent Webinar have already gotten access to our newest white paper, “Social Learning in the Association Space,” sponsored by Meridian Knowledge Solutions. For all others, today marks the official release. The report is packed with data on how associations are using social technologies as part of their learning initiatives. It also […]

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