Jive has launched the call for nominations for 2012 Jive Awards. Does your organization deserve some recognition for its use, innovations and results using Jive? Step forward and earn the recognition you deserve for building your communities and changing the way work gets done. This year you can enter in one of six categories:
- Engage Employees
- Engage Customers
- Engage Partners
- New Way to Lead
- New Way to Business
Full information on how to apply, 2012 award opportunities, the nomination process, qualifications and judging is on the JiveWorld website. The deadline for submission is August 3rd, and the entry process is easy. Describe your solution, upload some photos or videos and convince our judges that you deserve to win!
Configure your Jive Community experience by selecting a track. We'll use this track on the homepage to show you relevant content and help you find resources quickly. You can change your track easily from the homepage or your profile.
As a community manager, you're an ambassador for your Jive community as you build places, curate content and engage with fellow community members. To help you go further with your site, we'll share success stories and other resources.
Whether considering a new purchase or working on an upgrade, technology managers need insight on the best ways to implement a community and learn more about the various upgrades in software releases.
An effective community starts with sound business strategy. As your community matures, you'll want to learn and share best practices for implementation and continued success.
Whether you're a developer, system administrator or a designer, you need insight on building a great user experience for your Jive community. Get the scoop on theming, API's, upgrades and more.
We've got a special area for partners to get essential information and best practices they need for describing and selling Jive to potential customers.
Whether or not you have a specific role in your Jive community, this track highlights areas of interest to Jive users such as training materials, community best practices and an opportunity to network with other customers.