February 22, 2013
At this stage, organizations are starting to see some significant changes to the way they work. However adoption, use and understanding is still quite inconsistent across the organization, requiring another level of leadership and education to truly transform the business.
One of the most critical challenges that online community leaders face is having access to experienced and objective peers- both to seek guidance from as well as to learn from. I joined The Community Roundtable to tap into a network of knowledgeable peers, and after being a member for several years I can't imagine doing my job without them.
The Community Roundtable is the only place I know of where community leaders share best practices with each other and community management is treated like a real profession. Because of the critical role of community to our business, this is an invaluable resource for me and my team.
TheCR has been an invaluable resource for me as both a community program director and community leader. Specifically, The Community Roundtable members sharing their experiences, challenges, and industry insights has given me concrete actions that I can take as a community leader to provide additional value to my community members and strengthen the overall community program.
As communities grow and succeed, there is diminishing need to prove the value but it often requires community teams to re-evaluate infrastructure and management approaches and adapt them to meet the needs of a mature community.
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