Internal Discussion Forums - Best Practice
Kevin would be interested to hear from tif. contacts whose organisations run discussion forums for their users. If you do, he would be interested in feedback to the following questions:
- How generally are they run and managed?
- Is there a dedicated resource allocated and if so how much?
- What type of guidelines are imposed, and how do organisations ensure that contributors follow them?
- How do you evaluate forum success?
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