Blogs by

Marilyn Pratt

Guiding the Future of Community By now many of you have heard of the One Digital Experience Mandate and read Maggie Fox ‘s blog about the Future of Community. You also might have looked at

How Do You Measure a Decade in the Life of a Community Manager? Five hundred twenty five thousand six hundred minutes. Five hundred twenty five thousand  moments so dear. Five hundred twenty five thousand six

The Mission Badges Are Done But Our Work Isn’t When we launched the missions in 2014: I Care, I Gave, I Inspired  on SCN in support of the Doctors Without Borders / Medicins Sans Frontieres

For the past few years, members of the SCN community and other SAP TechEd attendees gathered during our annual SAP Technical Education event to participate in an evening activity focused on rather untechnical topics.  The

Humanitarian Big Data Stories and TechTalks In an effort to bring relevant and timely humanitarian big data stories to SAP TechEd&&Dcode in Las Vegas, our community reached out to the organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans

Have you ever attended an event and had an unexpected insight as the result of speaking with someone or had an ah-ha! moment by sharing an opinion with another working professional? While many hallway conversations

In a continuing effort to improve the quality of the community experience on SCN, our SCN team is gauging the community’s interest in having us host a live series of online meet-ups or open dialouges.

Are We a Learning Environment or a Push Marketing Platform? Our SCN (formerly SDN) community website was originally created as DevNet, a collaborative learning environment for a global community of IT professionals. I discovered the

***Updated January 14th, 2015 – the Mission is over but the work isn’t: see: Thanks for Caring, Giving and Inspiring in Support of Doctors Without Borders / Medicins Sans Frontieres Three New SCN Missions in

Note: Thinking of Australia as “the land down under” is to propagate a misnomer. Although Australia is indeed the only full populated* continent to lie south of the equator, “down under” is just a perspective,