Community platform software at the enterprise level is not a do-it-yourself project. We'll guide you through the implementation of your enterprise community software in five simple steps. From the initial Strategy Workshop to Design, Platform Configuration, Community Management Training, and Project Management, we'll cover it all.
We specialize in enterprise software, catering to the needs of both large corporations and small to medium-sized businesses that strive for excellence. This post sheds light on the pricing aspects of community-based intranets, covering software costs and implementation expenses.
Organizations need practical tools to streamline communication, collaboration, and information sharing in today's fast-paced business world. Here we explore the key differences between traditional and social intranets to help you make an informed decision about which is best for your organization.
SharePoint, Microsoft's leading collaboration platform, has always enabled organizations to manage their content, streamline processes, and collaborate effectively. The platform's capabilities have significantly enhanced with the introduction of new features in the latest versions of SharePoint. Let’s explore three critical aspects of the latest versions – Security and Sharing, Lists vs. Microsoft Lists, and Dataverse.
Facing executive fears when implementing an employee community? You're not alone! Employee communities boost collaboration, engagement, and innovation. But executives often have valid concerns that need to be addressed for successful adoption. Here we tackle the top fears, from security risks to productivity, and offer insights on how to successfully overcome these challenges.
Internal communities are essential to modern businesses. A user-friendly platform that provides valuable content and focuses on employee engagement can make your internal community a vibrant and dynamic part of your organization. Here are our top 3 tips to creating a culture of innovation and productivity within your organization's internal community.
Let's have a frank discussion about your current Intranet. It's terrible! You know it. Your employees know it. Your management team knows it. If you are like most companies, there are probably only four features that are used on your Intranet...
You may have heard about the 1% Rule of the Internet. Also known as the "90–9–1" rule, it states that 1% of people create content, 9% edit or modify that content, and 90% view the content without contributing. This rule is pretty spot-on throughout most of the Internet but using collaborative and social technologies, like Jive, gives us the opportunity to turn lurkers into contributors, creators, connectors and collaborators. On one community, we were able to raise the contribution rate from 12% to 22% in a three-month period.
Andrew Kratz, president and founder of Social Edge Consulting, shares his thoughts on the business value of communities in the first of a series of blog posts. In this post, Andrew talks about how his social journey began, his background working with collaboration platforms, and two challenges the community platform industry faces.
Social Edge president Andrew Kratz shares a story about one of the first "aha" moments he had with his company's internal community. With a simple update he posted, he was able to form connections with employees he may not have had the opportunity to connect with otherwise. Learn more about the benefits of transparency in the workplace in his post.
Some business leaders have expressed the concern that social interactions in an employee community will result in a loss of productivity. In this blog post, Andrew Kratz shares a story on how an interaction he had in such a social group ended up benefitting his organization and led to improved company outcomes.
On June 19th Social Edge hosted our first Customer Panel: Building Better Use Cases, featuring panelists Dina Vekaria and Dori Gray, Community Managers at Pearson and Medidata. They shared their use case best practices and presented live demos of their internal communities, Pearson Neo and Medidata Express. Check out the recap to learn more!