ASAE is hosting its Annual Tech Conference, December 6-8, at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC. CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, other technology staff, and marketing and membership professionals will learn how to leverage mobile and digital content for their organizations.

Here are some of the 50+ topics on the agenda: how to create a profitable mobile application, how to handle challenges with an online community, how to develop a user’s experience using a cloud strategy, and how to use Google Analytics. The three-day technology conference starts with a keynote from AAIM’s CEO John Mancini. He will discuss the social (So), local (Lo) and mobile (Mo) and the implications of “SoLoMo” as well as tactics CIOs should adopt to be “business value producers.”

On Wednesday, December 7, I’ll do a luncheon keynote on the quantifiable business impact of social. I also hope to challenge the attendees to rethink their strategic use of social tools and context in order to achieve social market leadership. I’m really excited about my forthcoming book published by ASAE’s Association Management Press, Return on IMPACT: Leadership Strategies for the Age of Connected Relationships.

Closing General Session speaker will be David Weinberger, senior researcher at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for the Internet and Society, who will address the future vision of knowledge in a connected world and how government, business, science and education are learning to utilize network knowledge to make smarter decisions.

To register or find out more information, please visit ASAE’s Annual Technology Conference and Expo website.

By the way, ASAE is a membership organization of more than 22,000 association executives and industry partners representing more than 11,000 organizations. Its members manage leading trade associations, individual membership societies and voluntary organizations across the United States and in nearly 50 countries around the world. With support of the ASAE Foundation, a separate nonprofit entity, ASAE is the premier source of learning, knowledge and future-oriented research for the association and nonprofit profession, and provides resources, education, ideas and advocacy to enhance the power and performance of the association and nonprofit community. For more information about ASAE, visit

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