Insights from Social Business Thought Leaders - July 2013


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Social business insights are revealed from the following thought leaders' recent publications: Rajat Paharia, Jacob Morgan, Charlene Li, Deirdre Walsh, Dion Hinchcliffe, Jeremiah Owyang, John Hagel, and Brian Solis.

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    1. 1. INSIGHTS FROM SOCIAL BUSINESS THOUGHT LEADERS Revealed from articles & quotes - July 2013
    2. 2. 2 “Goal setting, fast feedback, transparency, collaboration, competition, leveling up, onboarding – all put together, they make this really powerful loyalty 3.0 engine, but you need motivation and big data to power gamification.” Rajat Paharia Chief Product Officer, Bunchball @rajatrocks © Jive confidential Click here to read more
    3. 3. 3 “Successful emergent collaboration initiatives aren’t looked at as projects or campaigns; they are looked at as an evolution of doing business.” 3© Jive confidential Jacob Morgan Principal, Chess Media Group @JacobM Click here to read more
    4. 4. 4 “In fact, the most successful businesses are those with an executive who can articulate the vision and strategy roadmap almost as well as the social strategist.” 4© Jive confidential Charlene Li Founder, Altimeter Group @CharleneLi Click here to read more
    5. 5. 5 “Today's social web provides great insight into what is being said about your organization, products, markets, and even the competition. By tracking important wikis, forums, blogs, and other web content, you can now engage customers and prospects to quickly identify opportunities and threats, share them in real-time, and collaboratively respond.” 5© Jive confidential Deirdre Walsh Senior Social Strategist, Jive Software @DeirdreWalsh Click here to read more
    6. 6. “One of the most interesting trends in enterprise social media recently has been the growth of companies creating dedicated centers of excellence (CoE) to drive improved results, consistency, and economies of scale.” Dion Hinchcliffe Chief Strategy Officer, Dachis Group @DHinchcliffe Click here to read more
    7. 7. “Getting and keeping creatives is difficult, so instead, seek new models that enable desk sharing that bring creatives to work on their own time at your office, spreading some of their ideas and energy to those around them.” Jeremiah Owyang Partner, Altimeter Group @JOwyang Click here to read more
    8. 8. “New generations of digital technology – cloud computing, social software, and big data analytics – are making it far easier and more economically feasible to mobilize large ecosystems with thousands, and in some cases, millions of participants in ways that can help the participants learn faster.” John Hagel Co-Chairman, Center for the Edge, Deloitte & Touche @JHagel Click here to read more
    9. 9. “In a connected economy where information becomes a powerful currency, social data will only help you benchmark where you are to help visualize where you could be. The relationship between aspiration and reality now become a more informed set of goals and objectives driven by benchmarking against the industry and more importantly, benchmarking against possibilities.” Brian Solis Principal Analyst, Altimeter Group @BrianSolis Click here to read more
    10. 10. VISIT JIVESOFTWARE.COM Find out more insights about Social Business