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Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders
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Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders

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Jive's Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders, Sharon Lina Pearce featured on page 7. …

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  • 1. 2 Tracy Maurer Collaboration Systems Manager UBM @tracymaurer CLICK HERE TO READ MORE © Jive confidential “Regarding things that you need to watch closely, questions you need answers for, projects that are close to deadline or clicking along quickly, or anything else you need to be in the middle of – these are the things you should track in your inbox. And then check your inbox regularly.”
  • 2. “At the end of the day, it’s all about changing how work gets done. And the first part of facilitating that is to inspire – not pressure – users to visualize the benefits and personal rewards.” 3 Megan Halicek Community Manager Specialist Social Edge Consulting, LLC @megaroooooo CLICK HERE TO READ MORE © Jive confidential
  • 3. “Social media is personal. While we write formally for business quite often, we should find times and places to share less formally – to let our personalities come through. When we tell our stories, we should think about how we want people to feel, give them a way to connect emotionally to the story.” 4 Linda Doty VP Sourcing Operations Thomson Reuters @JustLindaDoty CLICK HERE TO READ MORE © Jive confidential
  • 4. “Let communities be an integral part of the enterprises’ workflow. Community as a separate communication channel won’t survive. It should be part of the day to day business processes of the enterprise.” 5 Sanjay Abraham Associate Director CTPRD @ASanjay100 CLICK HERE TO READ MORE © Jive confidential
  • 5. “2014 is the year that mobile Internet use surpasses desktops. It’s also the year when we flip to more people in the workforce having been born after 1984 than before (and they all grew up with a phone in their hand). It’s the year that the real fight for enabling employees hits the enterprise market.” 6 Olivia Teich VP Product Management Jive Software @OTeich CLICK HERE TO READ MORE © Jive confidential
  • 6. “Sometimes you do not even know who they are. Sometimes they change over time. Sometimes you ask them to be an advocate. No matter how they got to be an advocate, they all have one thing in common: the collaborative spirit.” 7 Sharon Lina Pearce Community Manager, Social Learning, Internal Communication Alcatel-Lucent @sharonlinapearc CLICK HERE TO READ MORE © Jive confidential
  • 7. JOIN THESE SOCIAL BUSINESS THOUGHTS LEADERS IN THE JIVE COMMUNITY

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