Disruption is widely talked about in todays business economy, but have you considerred distruption in the non profit world?  Teresa Brinati and I took a close look at this topic for an article we wrote in the August issue of Association Forum's magazine.  We learned there are things non profits can adopt from big players like Uber and Airbnb.  In fact we learned there are associations currently using tecniques like "Low Barrier to Entry", "Refferal Programs" and "Power Partners", just to name a few.

See the full article on Association Forum of Chicagoland's site.

Disruption can be good.  Not doing things the same way they have been done for decades is really important in a world that where our phone is outdated every three months.