The author, a chapter and regional board member for IABC, disagrees with the association’s decision to allow the paid staff to write the strategy
Editor’s note: In response to a recent discussion on Ragan writer David Murray’s Shades of Gray blog about IABC’s new strategy, IABC member and regional board member Michael Klein questioned the association’s new practice of having the paid staff—rather than the elected executive board—write the organization’s strategy.
For those who are unfamiliar with IABC’s headquarters city of San Francisco, it is best known for not one but two major architectural marvels. The first is the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, a flowing, elegantly simple structure connecting San Francisco to the world. The second is the Transamerica Pyramid, a tall, narrow skyscraper with a lot of bulk at the bottom supporting those with a view at the top.