Challenges and Solutions to Building and Managing an online Community

  In building any initiative, and certainly in creating an online community, challenges present themselves from the start. How will I attract the members that this community is right for? Or how to properly onboard them in a way that they will be inspired to make active contributions? Which types of content work for my

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5 Tips For Smooth And Successful Community Onboarding

Now that you have established your community, and its goals, you will want to focus on expansion. How to greet new members, what information to share, how to encourage them using your resources and super members are all part of this multi-step progression. Creating and maintaining one-on-one relationships with new members is wonderful, but standardizing

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The best practices for engaging your online community

Community engagement is the essential part of an active community; the contributions of the members. In online communities, this refers to interactions with content and personal content creation. Whether initiating a conversation, liking, reacting, or commenting, the contributions to each other’s content is the ideal goal of an active community. Offline, this engagement can refer

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Four types of internal communities that can benefit your organization

Companies who are looking for a more successful way for employees to communicate and collaborate, both in work-related areas and others, will benefit tremendously from internal communities. Internal communities are intended and designed to keep communication smooth and transform work relationships. These communities vary in their purpose and therefore in their community managers’ responsibilities. Sometimes

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The benefits of organizational communication and tips for promoting it

No group, team, family, government, or company in the world could be productive and functional without communication. At the most basic level communication is what builds relationships. It fosters feelings of trust, mutual respect, empathy and more. Functionally, it is also the foundation for any planning or task. Anyone who has ever tried to organize

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Knowledge Sharing at the workplace: importance and implementation

In an ideal workplace and organization, although each employee and each department has their own role, the collective group is on the same page and can learn from each other’s’ skills, experiences, and strengths. Not only can this practice improve individual companies’ productivity and growth, streamline processes, and foster a company-wide learning culture, but it

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Designing the community concept- The four-element model

The process of establishing an internal community begins with conducting a preliminary analysis of the challenges facing the organization and the people that work in it. This analysis aims to discover the needs that the community should address from both the organization’s and the employees’ perspectives. The second step of the process is designing a

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Setting the community goals and defining KPIs

Establishing an internal community starts with a preliminary analysis that aims to uncover the challenges and needs of the organization and of the potential community members, continues with designing the community concept, and closes with defining the community goals and its key performance indicators (KPIs). The community goals are an essential part of creating a

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The Importance of Building Internal Communities

When the term ‘company culture’ was invented in the late 20th century and later took hold of the corporate world, it provided a way for companies to implement their core values and ideals into their organization. However, other demands soon arose. In the last few years especially, companies have seen an increased need for employee

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First step in building an internal community- The preliminary analysis

Building an internal community begins with a preliminary analysis that aims at uncovering the challenges facing the organization, and the people that work in it. The focus of the analysis should be on the needs of a well-defined target audience (i.e. the employees,) and not only on those of the organization. Thus. it is important

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