Photo by Ethan Robertson on Unsplash Hi guys as we did last year, we will be having a little break in our regular HCL Connections meetups schedule during the summer. We will skip July as we expect that most, like us, will be enjoying some time off as […]
The University of Koblenz has been doing research into the world of Enterprise Social Networking and Collaboration for years. It has delivered many studies and insights into the world of Enterprise social networking and HCL Connections in particular. They’re also not just studying, but actively using HCL Connections […]
We’re about two weeks out of one of the best conferences for HCL customers: Engage. Held in the beautiful city of Bruges. This yearly user group event had to be canceled due to corona in 2021 after narrowly avoiding being canceled in 2020 but is on again! And […]
When working community-based, Community Managers show how to live this way of collaboration and leadership as well as support, organize and enable communities to cooperate best. But how to learn this? The Working Out Loud (WOL) circle method can pave the way to improve connectedness, to become more […]
We have a topic (and challenge!) for our February meetup that has come up during previous meetups more than once: Getting people to share their knowledge openly and the things that keep them from doing so. So we figured it was about time to tackle it! And who […]
What is the role of tasks and To Do's in a modern ESN like HCL Connections, what are the challenges and how do Activities, Activities Plus and Huddo Boards fill a gap or compete with other systems within your organization like Jira, notes tasks, Trello or other tools that users have at their disposal? Join...
This months HCL Connections Super User / Ambassador call will be all about whether to keep tight control or giving your user full control. What are the benefits and downsides of for instance restricting the ability to create blogs or communities and what can you do to make […]
This months super users / guide call for HCL Connections will be all about how to use HCL Connections ‘in the light of things absent’. For instance, there could be things absent or missing from: The product itself (e.g. features that get taken out or not complete enough…) […]