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The Community Roundtable’s seminal State of Community Management Report 2018 is out!!  And there’s a TON of insightful information it it.

“Communities impact every facet of organizational life, from empowering individual contributors to generating strategic value. We can now back up the theory of communities with proof that communities make learning, influencing, and adapting into core competencies and also provide the means to integrate these competencies into workflows.”

It’s been a wild ride and we’re grateful to be part of it. Online community management for the win!

For eight years, the Community Roundtable has dug deeply into the strategies, operations and tactics behind the most successful communities in our annual State of Community Management reports. Each year, we reshape and reimagine the survey, and I can say without hyperbole that this will be the best, most informative State of Community Management ever.*

Why the asterisk? That’s you. We need your help.

I’ve partnered with Ben Martin of Online Community Results to offer an on-demand, crash course on the Essentials on Online Community Management (EOCM). We designed this course for community managers (full or part-time) and the executives who oversee community management.

As always, Jamie Notter whets our appetite on the topic of performance management over at Association Success. Here’s some good stuff from him.

The folks over at the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) are currently running a survey to determine what community management within science looks like. If you’re working to build communities within a professional association or other scientific setting, please do take a look.

The Community Roundtable have launched their annual State of Community Management research survey. Now in its 7th year, this research has helped tens of thousands of community management professionals evaluate their approaches, educate stakeholders, secure budget and prioritize resources – and they make it freely available to you.

Twitter is a great tool that can help you promote your organization. However, you need to pay constant attention and put in enough effort to get the results you want.

Everything you need to know about community management trends.