How communities can fail

by admin on November 6, 2009

in Innovation

Earlier in the week I attended the excellent SOMESSO event. In this 9min 52sec video, Marilyn Pratt, friend and fellow SAP Mentor explains how communities can fail. Her address was in the context of IFRS but it could equally apply to any professional services organization attempting to create a community of interest.

Her discussion is well worth the time investment as she has been an active practitioner in this area for some years and both knows the wrinkles and issues that can arise.

Enjoy.

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Geoff D. November 6, 2009 at 9:13 pm

I think my favourite point here was the push to providing quality content, not just quantity. There was a great post on Open Forum recently that talks about how as posting frequency increases, depth of content decreases.

Mr_Donut November 7, 2009 at 12:13 am

I think my favourite point here was the push to providing quality content, not just quantity. There was a great post on Open Forum recently that talks about how as posting frequency increases, depth of content decreases.

Geoff D. November 6, 2009 at 9:13 pm

I think my favourite point here was the push to providing quality content, not just quantity. There was a great post on Open Forum recently that talks about how as posting frequency increases, depth of content decreases.

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