Register Today for the The Social Executive Webinar!
Did you know that 87% of Jive Customers surveyed identified “Senior leaders role-modeling” new social, digital behaviors as the top criteria for the success of a social business program? Yet, we know many still struggle with how to drive executive adoption of social business platforms.
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn key insights from The Community Roundtable’s "The Social Executive" original research!
Join this webcast to learn key insights on what drives executive engagement, how executives set priorities and the value they expect from social business.
In this webcast Rachel Happe, principal and co-founder of The Community Roundtable, will cover the research findings and actionable insights, including:
Connecting business strategy with social tools and approaches to increase value
Techniques for coaching executives effectively along their social maturity model
Ways to optimize engagement and innovation at all levels of an organization
Rachel Happe - Principal/Co-Founder of the Community Roundtable
Rachel has spent the last 15 years helping organizations implement emerging technologies to advance their business strategies. She understands how networked communications environments can transform how people work, their productivity and their personal satisfaction by aligning their passions, skills and relationships.
Rachel co-founded The Community Roundtable to support business leaders developing their community and social business strategies. Clients including SAP, Aetna, BASF, CA, H&R Block, and CSC benefit from Rachel’s ability to make sense of abstract trends and her ability to see the implications that technical and operational decisions can have on people and processes. During her career Rachel has served in analyst, product management, product marketing and executive roles. Find out more or connect on LinkedIn or Twitter.
Claire Flanagan, Jive Software - Director of Business Value Strategy
She provides strategic advice to executives and practitioners on how to build business cases for their social business initiatives and guides customers on successful organization change best practices to maximize business benefits. She has over 20 years experience in information design, electronic communications, collaboration applications and knowledge management. She led CSC’s industry award winning employee social business collaboration community with 100% adoption rate, 80% active users, achieving 250% year over year increase in engagement. C3 became known for the destination where work gets done and delivered cost savings back to the business. She also oversaw the implementation of CSC’s public-facing social business platform and innovated the way CSC uses social/mobile for events.
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