For an organization to remain competitive in the constantly changing and growing modern marketplace, staying informed on the latest industry trends and best practices is crucial.
As Q1 begins to ramp up, membership professionals are looking for new ways to experiment and engage their audiences.
It is through using strategic foresight, and the other insights shared by “Introduction to Strategic Foresight” creator Seth Kahan, that organizations have the ability to successfully predict and prepare for what’s coming next.
Not only can refreshing your content lead to better recruitment and retention, it also gives your organization the time and resources to try something new.
Once you have put a dollar amount on the monetary value of your members, you will be set to give them better discounts, customized service, and valuable offers to keep them engaged.
For years, individuals and organizations alike have failed to delve deeper or proactively search beyond face-level results. In their rush to solve problems and succeed, they’ve overlooked key information or focused only on the positives and successes. This leads to creating a larger set of problems down the road.
Make sure your members know that when they come to you, they will find reliable information that has been vetted by a legitimate source. Next, consider the following ways to strengthen your organization’s overall content strategy so that you’re able to be consistent over the long term.
From where we sit, there are five main problems that analysts ran into that made the data going into the presidential election skewed. These are the same key issues that we see with associations who are using predictive analytics to develop strategies for their organizations.
To be a top-performing organization, your company must squash the competition in every area. To get there, business coach John Spence recommends focusing on the four Ps of success: passion, persistence, practice and pattern recognition.
Not only can this content help your association stand out online, but it can also offer non-members a sample of the insights they’d gain by joining. Here are four popular options for starting your ungated content journey.