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How Online Communities Help Teams Build a Culture of Collaboration

Written by Molly Talbert | on September 13, 2017 at 8:30 AM

According to the Harvard Business Review, before technology made it possible for companies and organizations to connect with large groups of colleagues and stakeholders anywhere in the world in real time, the average team size was around 20 people. Today, however, it isn’t uncommon for people to work in teams comprised of upwards of 100 people—many of whom interact with one another virtually and not face-to-face.

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How to Recruit and Retain Millennial Employees (Hint: Start by Building Community)

Written by Julie Dietz on May 11, 2017 at 8:30 AM

Some companies naturally attract millennials. They’re the cool ones with foosball tables in their break rooms. But for the rest of the businesses out there, convincing Gen Y that your organization is a great place to work isn’t so easy. If you can’t afford (or don’t want) distracting foosball tables, how do you appeal to young professionals?

The easy answer? Lean on research, including studies and surveys, that flat-out asks millennials what they want.

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Topics: Communications, Millennials, Engagement, Collaboration Tools

What Makes a High-Performing Team?

Written by Molly Talbert | on May 2, 2017 at 8:30 AM

 

Raise your hand if you were ever part of little league or played a high school sport. Or maybe you did Model UN or debate club? Whether it was sports teams or other team-oriented extracurriculars, many of us spent a good chunk of our adolescence learning how to function on a team.

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The Internet of Things Demands Interoperability

Written by Mark Ace on April 6, 2017 at 8:30 AM

Although half of all cyclists have had a bike stolen, new developments in bike lock technology have traditionally been limited to tougher metals and fancier keys. Lattis, the maker of the Ellipse bike lock, is introducing an alternative technology using the Internet of Things. Its solar-powered U-lock connects to smartphones to provide keyless security access, detect thefts and sense crashes.

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Topics: Communications, Collaboration Tools

How Much Does an Event App Cost?

Written by Christina Green | on December 1, 2016 at 8:30 AM

If you're considering creating a mobile app for your members, you're not alone. There are roughly 2.2 million apps in the Google Play store and close to 2 million in the Apple App Store. Each of those apps cost quite a bit of money, although how much money ranges from several thousand dollars to several million.

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How to Make Culture, Not Perks, Work For Your Organization

Written by Rob Hefferon on August 17, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Have you heard of Google’s nap pods? What about Yahoo’s offer of free food for employees? These types of workplace perks are everywhere these days, but they may actually be harming your organization.

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Topics: Millennials, Collaboration Tools

Changing Your Company Culture? 4 Ways Your Online Community Can Help

Written by Christina Green | on March 15, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Culture is to recruiting as product is to marketing. - Dharmesh Shah, cofounder of HubSpot.

Company culture is a big selling point when it comes to hiring and branding. People like to do business with brands they know, like, and trust. A talked about (and envied) culture is one that draws people in, whether it's customers or employees.

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Topics: Communications, Engagement, Collaboration Tools

Seven Reasons to Streamline Your Platforms

Written by Molly Talbert | on March 3, 2016 at 9:30 AM

Starting a community can be intimidating, especially for small organizations -- you don’t have the same pool of resources as larger organizations do. But that doesn’t mean you can’t -- or shouldn’t -- build a community. And it doesn’t doom you to fail. With the right tools, platform and team, an organization of any size can create an awesome, thriving community.

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Topics: Online Community Management, Online Community Software, Collaboration Tools

Three Reasons Trade Associations Should Have Online Communities

Written by Andy Steggles | on August 27, 2015 at 3:00 PM


We believe that all types of organizations can benefit from having an online community. There is so much power in connecting people, spreading ideas and empowering community members. However, depending on who is part of your trade association, members may be hesitant to use an online community at first — their competitors may be part of the same community, reading and contributing to the same conversations. And if that’s the case, why participate if you risk giving away secrets or lending your competitor a hand?

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Topics: Associations, Online Community Software, Collaboration Tools

Facebook's New 'At Work' Platform: Why It Can't Replace Your Online Community

Written by Dave Sabol | on January 22, 2015 at 2:25 PM

Facebook recently announced a new enterprise-focused version of its social network, Facebook at Work. The features will include document collaboration, employee news feeds and profiles and the ability to build a professional network of contacts. Facebook is still a free platform (and right now, Facebook at Work is as well. They're also touting the fact that it will be ad-free), so those who use it personally might gravitate to it for that sole reason. Most businesses will probably still shy away from functionality issues, a lack of control and no option of owning your own data.

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Topics: Community Platforms & Updates, Social Media, Collaboration Tools

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