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Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
It's easy to identify the keys to good communication practices: clear, concise information; accuracy and detail; and identifying the balance between effectively promoting club events and oversaturation.
Many communications positions in the club industry were created as a solution—solving the problem of organizing a club’s chaos and more»
Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
A New Approach In today’s world, golf facility managers are dealing with increasing maintenance costs, lack of available labor and decreasing participation rates. These shocks to both supply and demand have led to the diminished financial viability of some facilities. The current pressures facing the game have impelled the USGA to adopt a strategy of more»
Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
There seems to be a blind spot in the industry when it comes to financial focus. While a great deal of a typical club board’s time and attention goes into dissecting income statements and budgets, I see very few boards that recognize the importance of the balance sheet and its critical role as an indicator of the club’s long-term financial more»
Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
“Cyber” Liability is insurance coverage specifically designed to protect an organization from: Liability claims involving the unau
thorized release of information for which the organization has a legal obligation to keep private or confidential Liability claims alleging invasion of privacy and/or copyright/trademark violations in a more»
Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
Committees can be a blessing or a curse in the scheme of private club governance and management. When they step over the boundary from advisors to managers, it is disruptive, frustrating and a waste of resources. On the other hand, the absence of this front-line input is a missed opportunity, as they provide a window into the type of member experience that more»
Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
Private clubs prosper in markets characterized by high consumer confidence, growing household income, steady employment statistics and concentrations of high educational attainment. To optimize your market analysis, look for data that demonstrate the strength of these characteristics in your draw area. Most clubs have a 20to 25-minute drive-time draw area. more»
Published Saturday, July 1, 2017
NET WORTH is a measure commonly used as a statement of how much an entity or individual is worth. Net worth can be calculated for a private club just as it can for any other business. This is a critical measure and something on which all club boards should be focused. Whether you’re referring to a person, a business or a club, consistent increase in more»
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