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The State of Community Management 2014

The State of Community Management 2014 report builds on qualitative early reports and initial quantitative insights in 2013 – helping us learn more about community practices.

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SHIFT: A Conversation with Haydn Shaughnessy about the New Economy and the Role of Communities

April 29, 2015

Haydn Shaughnessy

State of Community Management 2015 Research Insights

May 12, 2015

Rachel Happe & Maggie Tunning (TheCR)

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TheCR Blog

Friday Roundup: Email Opinions, Collaboration Strategy and Community Communications

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. Quick show of hands: do you consider email to be your friend, or a foe to be vanquished? We've been thinking a lot about the ways we communicate with our communities this week. Yesterday's #ESNchat focused on the very email question above and unearthed some strong opin…

Five Things the Boston Marathon Can Teach You about Community Programs

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable Monday is the 119th running of a remarkable tradition - the Boston Marathon. For decades, the Marathon has been a Greater Boston institution, a must do for people to either run, attend or watch on TV. People from across the region whose closest thing to a marathon over the past 12 months was ru…

Friday Roundup: Engagement, Measuring Community Success and Superhero’s Superheros

By Shannon Abram, Relationship Manager at The Community Roundtable. This week the themes of engagement and community success kept popping up - both inside and outside the Network. Rachel posted an insightful look at the The Business Model of Engagement, this week's ESNChat focused on tips for measuring community success, and a priv…

Our Community Superheroes Share Their Superheroes, Part 3

By Ted McEnroe, The Community Roundtable Today we wrap up a three-part series on the community professionals whom we dubbed as Community Superheroes in the recently-published Community Manager Handbook: 20 Lessons from Community Superheroes - and the people in their work they consider superheroes. Our first two installments (#1 and …

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It’s Time to Flip the Social Media & Community ROI Equation on its Head

Bill Johnston suggests a different lens for Community ROI…

Is Middle Management the Enemy of Social Business

A recent article asked this question and highlighted middle manag…

Boba Fett and the Value of Community Hurdles

For the first time, everyone couldn’t just go to the toy store …

Three Reasons Why Executives Should Tweet For Themselves

A few weeks ago I read an article that stated “less than two pe…

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