Weaver, K. Mark; Dugan, Ann; Hennesy, Michael; Mendes, Anthony; Neck, Heidi
January 2008
USASBE Conference Proceedings;2008, p1
Conference Paper
The purpose of the workshop is to generate new initiatives that increase member benefits. The workshop adds inputs from new members and those not answering the Vision questionnaire. Four topic areas guide the exercises: 1) Pedagogy/tools, 2) Programming, 3) Research and 4) Outreach. Individual and interactive exercises help participants generate ideas to enhance USASBE membership. The second portion of the workshop creates rankings of the top 5 ideas in the categories and compares them to the Vision survey. Ideas will be converted to posters and displayed in coffee break areas for discussion purposes and to make recommendations to the USASBE Board.


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