I would put emphasis on how you see the community serving your business plans and then show which Jive features are good enablers for that.
For example; you would want users to easily connect with one another and to easily find and acces content. Enabler for that could be Groups, Spaces, @mentions, Search, etc...
Widgets are important to understand as they affect both the design and the accessibility of your content
Keeping the principal of "What is that I'm trying to achieve" and than finding the platform feature to support that, Will make it easier to come up with a plan.
Hope that helps.
Sorry for the typo, Shane :-)
Thank you for these tips. Asaf! They will help me focus the direction of my education strategy.
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There were two key things they did to help me get started
- They shared the vision and mission of the community. This helped so much in knowing 'why' we do the thing we do. They shared an policies or procedures they had established which they had thoroughly documented in a shared Google Drive Folder.
- They gave me a tour of the community; walking me through each space, subspace and featured group that existed.
Then they turned me loose with simple tasks that forced me to learn and engage with Jive and the community!
I know that's not a specific checklist, but it worked well for us. I @mentioned me team above, as they may have more detailed insight into how they prepared for me to come on board.