Community Management : reinforce the effectiveness of your communities

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In this article from his blog, Anthony Poncier, draws lessons from a Community Round Table study on internal and external communities:

  • Lesson 1: The main reasons for the success of a community: a defined strategy, an allocated budget, at least one dedicated community manager.
  • Lesson 2: The implementation of guides is a real plus to support your communities (objectives, good practices, governance…).
  • Lesson 3: The more you are able to define the added value of your community, the more effective it is.
  • Lesson 4: Regularly soliciting the expertise of members and sharing the activity with the most engaged members allows the community to progress more quickly.
  • Lesson 5: Even if the community manager follows the life of his community closely, developing a system of evaluation by members is a real plus.

This makes it clear that it is crucial to implement these principles as soon as possible as part of a coherent whole. And, for the community to be effective in the long term, it is essential to make the benefits tangible for the community itself and the global organization, to monitor developments in practices and to choose an evolving platform.

Source: Anthony Poncier’s blog

ANDRH and DFCG award VEDALIS for its exploitation of Big Data

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In their white paper on DAF-DRH (Administrative and Financial Department-HR Directors) cooperation for business performance and social cohesion, the National Association of HR Directors (ANDRH – Association Nationale des DRH) and the Association of Financial Directors and Management Control (DFCG – Directeurs Financiers et de Contrôle de Gestion) examine the crucial issue of the valuation of organizations’ immaterial capital.

It is in this context that they distinguished VEDALIS for RoK’IT™’s ability to provide indicators to better assess the added value of the company’s profiles and its ability to be a learning organization.

RoK’IT™ calculates these indicators by centralizing, combining and exploiting data on key knowledge areas, specialist contributions, and knowledge exchanges.

A new Version of RoK’IT™

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RoK’IT™ is a Social Knowledge Management software platform that organizes dynamic, regulated and value-creating knowledge networks at the individual and collective level.

RoK’IT™ is also a decision support software with a set of monitoring tools and indicators that is unique on the market.

Its new version improves the user experience with completely revised interfaces and easier navigation. It also innovates with completely original incentive features such as the automatic suggestion of content according to the context of use.

Ask for a demonstration and discover why RoK’IT™ is THE solution to learn, share and build useful knowledge by and with others: Request a demo