Email email@example.com if you're interested, have questions, or have new ideas.
Project Managers: Adam Menter & Rachel Hartley
What We Do
Maintain this website
Support other group leaders on community leadership, based on our experience in community
Support, and help catalyze, other community-based projects
How contributors engage
Monthly 30 minute calls
Anyone with experience leading communities can sign up to become a peer advisor for groups through the Community Dojo.
You'll be added to our database of contacts, which is available to any group leaders in the Autodesk Group Network via an access code.
Group leaders who are looking for support or advice may then reach out to you in your preferred communication channel.
The contributors for this Community Dojo project have started a Slack workspace. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to join.
The goal of the Slack workspace is:
Conversations on these topics of community group leadership and management.
Support and catalyze other community-based projects and innovation initiatives, for and by the Autodesk community (e.g. working with the Autodesk Foundation partners on pro-bono projects, partnership on industry initiatives)
(1) Community Dojo Website
Who it is for:
Active group leaders who want more fluid dialogue with each other.
Current or new group leaders who are looking for ongoing peer advice and dialogue with other leaders in the Community Dojo about running their group or shared projects.
It is NOT for people who are not actively involved in a group or community-based project, because we don't have a clear way to engage.
Slack vs. the Group Leader Hub:
Slack is for the more active and engaged leaders in the Autodesk community who want a more fluid way to communicate and perhaps work together on projects. It complements the Group Leader Hub, which is for announcements from Autodesk and a general bulletin board for all group leaders.
Adam Menter (editor)
Autodesk Community Team
Sr. CADD Designer at M&S Engineering Austin CADD User Group
CAD Systems Integration Engineer at Seamon Whiteside
(starting a group in Charleston, South Carolina)