A successful CoP has knowledge champions and knowledge brokers. Learn from Asmath how to engage with them to create value for your community.
3 axioms to show that your community can not grow infinitely without losing its flavor. Stop aiming for the moon and pay attention to the needs of those who are part of it.
Three roles naturally arise in communities: Experts, connectors and party organizers. Yes, party organizers.
I'm asking some questions about how stuff is normally done in communities, and what would happen if we mix it around. Inspired by my kids' continuous stream of what-if questions.
I'm knee-deep into community analytics but never planned this. So how did I end up here? A very quick founder story
Leaderboards or pinboards for teams and communities? Are they really useful?
What form of interaction, private or public, is better at creating a community? Not surprisingly, it's a combination, each having its own purposes and benefits.
4 thoughts on psychological safety: How does it relate to trust? Can it exist between avatars? How does it spread in a team? Can it exist when without direct communication?
Conflict is usually about the task (what to do & how to do it) or the person (personality, attitudes). Recognizing which conflict you are facing, helps resolve it.
Onboarding serves two functions: Adding a new person to be part of the workflow and helping them become part of the team. The first aspect is easy, the second one is harder, but more important.