By Amy Turner, The Community Roundtable
The complexity of the world is at our fingertips. It’s in our faces and on our screens. We are deluged daily with information we don’t have time to process. Anxiety drugs and self-medication are rampant. The political climate has become angry and destructive. We are technically more connected than ever, but emotionally more isolated. So what’s the alternative?
In her recent post, Digital Culture Run Amok: The Case for Community Management, our co-founder Rachel Happe dives into the complexities of digital behaviors and how community management can help proactively define the cultural, communications and behavior norms we want and that will create something meaningful – and ensure that those norms are the easiest to exhibit and most rewarded.
Things We Are Reading this Week:
Digital Culture Run Amok: The Case for Community Management
Conversations with Community Managers – Shirlin Hsu, BCG
Who knows more – your community manager or your members?
Throwback Thursday – Event Insights and Highlights
Is ROI the Best Way to Measure Enterprise Social Success?
Social Collaboration, Team Messaging And The Future
How a Public Radio Reporter Learned to Embrace Community Engagement
Community Manager/Social Media Jobs:
Online Community Manager – DocuWare Corporation – New Windsor, NY
Community Manager – DrivingSales – Sandy, UT
Manager, Digital and Social Media – Revlon – Jacksonville, FL
Community Relationship Manager – Proofpoint – Sunnyvale, CA
Manager, Customer Engagement & Marketing – Salesforce – San Francisco, CA
Social Media Manager – Knockout Gaming – Scottsdale, AZ
Social Media Marketing Manager – RMD Group – San Diego, CA
Community Manager– Roomi – New York City, NY
Director of Community Empowerment – HeroX – New York City, NY
Director, Community and Social Commerce – Sephora – San Francisco, CA