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The State of Community Management 2013: Practice Makes Perfect and Research from the Community Roundtable

The State of Community Management 2013: Practice Makes Perfect and Research from the Community Roundtable

Show me the money. “What about all this story stuff?” They will say in their super-serious business meetings. You know the ones—those affable bottom-liners in the blue shirts that don’t care nothin’ about what they call “fluff.” “Character and plot? Harumph! We want tangible, results-optimized, market-driven, next-generation solutions…not marketing pablum!” Funny how the serious prefer…

Show me the money. “What about all this story stuff?” They will say in their super-serious business meetings. You know the ones—those affable bottom-liners in the blue shirts that don’t care nothin’ about what they call “fluff.” “Character and plot? Harumph! We want tangible, results-optimized, market-driven, next-generation solutions…not marketing pablum!” Funny how the serious prefer…

If you still believe that social networks at work are a monumental waste of time – heads up! Today, companies are incorporating enterprise social networks as important cornerstones of their collaboration initiatives and are seeing some surprising results.

If you still believe that social networks at work are a monumental waste of time – heads up! Today, companies are incorporating enterprise social networks as important cornerstones of their collaboration initiatives and are seeing some surprising results.

Back when it seemed like every business was drinking Facebook’s Kool-Aid, I heard a really compelling argument for modeling collaboration software after Mark Zuckerberg’s baby: it essentially eliminated the learning curve. It makes sense, right? Integrating new platforms into existing workflows has earned a pretty crappy reputation over the years. Deployment is complicated, it takes…

Back when it seemed like every business was drinking Facebook’s Kool-Aid, I heard a really compelling argument for modeling collaboration software after Mark Zuckerberg’s baby: it essentially eliminated the learning curve. It makes sense, right? Integrating new platforms into existing workflows has earned a pretty crappy reputation over the years. Deployment is complicated, it takes…

With the recent explosion of collaboration software a legitimate and growing concern of organizations is selecting the right tools, for the job and getting employees to use it. So how do you select the best tool?

With the recent explosion of collaboration software a legitimate and growing concern of organizations is selecting the right tools, for the job and getting employees to use it. So how do you select the best tool?

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