Teampedia aims to become the world's largest collection of resources – group facilitation and training activities, inspirations, links to organizations that offer services, and more – to facilitate team-building, collaboration, and the spirit of community.
- To collaboratively develop, share and archive the world's largest collection of teambuilding resources
- To bring team leaders, team members, consultants, and facilitators together in a vibrant online community where all contributions are valued
- To help prevent team leaders and organizations from "re-inventing the wheel" every time they want to do a teambuilding activity
- To combine the power of teamwork and technology to generate and refine collective knowledge
- To support those working to promote deeper understanding, improve communication, increase enjoyment, build trust, resolve conflicts, and generally create more efficient, fun, effective, creative, harmonious, inclusive, collaborative, and enjoyable teams and communities
- To generate enough revenue for this website to be self-sustaining (including hosting and development costs)
- To respect copyright and intellectual property rights
- March 2006 - Teampedia was founded by Seth Marbin with the help of many City Year & AmeriCorps Alums: Jeff Murphy, Rick Jakious, Camille Kennedy, Eric Johnson, Matthew Little, Andrew Raven, Jordan Roberts, Nikki Tabron and Alissa Ziemianski. And consultation and support from Adhi Nagraj, Archie Nagraj, Jana Zvibleman, Bruce Marbin, devora marbin, Jyothi Marbin, Alexandra Allen, Charlie Rose and many more team members.
- April, 2007 - Began advertising with Google Adwords with budget of $1/day on the Google search network.
- April, 2007 - Started tracking visitors with Google Analytics (avg ~50/day for the first week).
- April, 2007 - The first day the wiki was spammed :(
- April, 2008 - Teampedia was featured on the AmeriCorps Alums Blog: AmeriCorps Alum Creates Team Building Website for Current Members
- August 5, 2008 - Teampedia reached over 1,000,000 page views (since we started tracking visitors)!
- August, 2011 - Teampedia hit a new high with 50,000 visits in one month, and over 10,000 unique visitors in one week.
- August, 2012 - Teampedia attracted over 50,000 unique visitors in one month
- March, 2013 - Teampedia was hit hard with spam and was offline for a few weeks while we cleaned it up.
- August 20, 2013 - Teampedia received over 2,500 unique visitors in one day
- 2006 to present - Teampedia continues to grow with help from many team members.
- Although Teampedia has no direct affiliation with the WikiMedia Foundation, or their project Wikipedia - the free online encylopedia, this project was heavily inspired by both.
- Most of the initial teambuilding activities on Teampedia were inspired by activities used at City Year (the nation's largest AmeriCorps program).
- The Teampedia logo was inspired by the logo of the Vanderbilt University Portable Group Challenge Course (which has since been dissolved).