This is the fifth entry in our series: 10 points to consider when setting up Insight, Innovation & Strategy Communities.
One of the major benefits of a community is its immediacy. You can leave a meeting and ask a question of your community almost instantly. It becomes tempting to fire these questions at your community one after the other. However, it’s important not to overload a community with a barrage of unrelated tactical questions. A community works best when a genuine narrative is established, with longer-term projects complemented by the odd tactical question. If all you do is use your community as a tactical Q&A tool, very soon you may have a graveyard on your hands.
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