Inside News

CEO’s Perspective: Mutually Beneficial Volunteerism, Or Keeping Our Volunteers Happy

A few weeks ago I received a new research study done by my professional association – the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE). ASAE’s latest research is titled “Mutually Beneficial Volunteerism.” Like associations, clubs share the importance of volunteers in our organizational success, so I thought the research results might help you to spend a few moments to think about your club’s volunteer experience. Read more in the April CEO Blog.

2017 Finance and Operations Survey – Submit Your Data Now

CMAA would like to invite you to participate in the 2017 CMAA Finance and Operations Benchmarking Survey. In order to build off of CMAA's strategic plan and maintain the confidentiality of the data, CMAA has contracted Industry Insights (an objective, independent, third-party research company) to collect and compile the results. The deadline for participation is April 21, 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Greg Manns at (614) 389-2100 ext. 108 or Amilcar Davy , CMAA's Manager of Research, at (703) 739-9500.

Earn Credits for Wellness Courses on CMAA University Before May 1

In the past year, CMAA University has grown to include more complimentary CMI credits for club-specific content like the Top-Rated Sessions for both the 2015 and 2016 World Conference on Club Management and the Insperity Insight Series. In order to make more room for industry-specific content and to keep our courses up-to-date, the Wellness Courses (10.5 CMI Credits) will come down in early May 2017. Credit requests for this course will be accepted until May 1, 2017. Earn credits today.

Just Released: 2016 Economic Impact Report 
The Club Managers Association of America is proud to announce the release of the 2016 Economic Impact Report in conjunction with Club Benchmarking. This biannual report details the economic impact of the more than 2,500 clubs managed by members of the CMAA. The total direct economic impact for the club industry in fiscal year 2015 was $21 billion, including all tax revenues generated as a result of club activities. Clubs are significant contributors to their local communities, with dense, highly local economic activity. The vast majority of cash flows resulting from purchases, employment, taxes, charitable giving and other economic activities are centered in the community in which the club operates. Please click here for the report.

 


Club Management Magazine March/April 2017

Introducing the New Club Management Magazine
March/April Edition: Focusing on how private clubs are adapting The new Club Management has hit your mailboxes. In this bimonthly resource, CMAA and publishing partner Cypress Magazines are providing enhanced industry-specific content on club operations, strategic management, oversight, governance, latest trends, best practices and news. Enjoy the new look and feel in either the print or digital edition!