Does your Jive community need a facelift? Are you looking for integrations to optimize the platform for your organization? If the answer to either of the questions above is yes, we have good news for you! Check out our new innovation catalog to learn about the products and integrations we have developed to extend and enhance your Jive community.
Our team is often asked by new clients to help them apply social business to their organization. The client leadership team recognizes that social media and collaboration are more than just a trend. Learn more about where you should start if you're considering an internal community to meet your organization's digital transformation goals.
When you start your day, how many emails do you delete after just a quick skim or without even opening them? How many emails were you not cc'ed on but should have been? (A question you often don't know the answer to until it is too late). Learn more about how an internal collaboration platform can help ensure you get the communications you need.
A modern intranet, also known as as a digital workplace, is a chance to level-up the communication platform for your company. Check out the key business areas typically included in today's modern intranet, such as corporate communications, HR, IT and more.
Andrew Kratz talks about top-down and bottom-up communication and the magic they create inside a community-based intranet.
Daniel Mudgett is an online community and systems expert who has led the implementation of multiple social collaboration and learning platforms. In this interview, Daniel talks about his experience implementing and managing a successful collaborative social intranet.
Some business leaders have expressed the concern that social interactions in an employee community will result in a loss of productivity. In this blog post, Andrew Kratz shares a story on how an interaction he had in such a social group ended up benefitting his organization and led to improved company outcomes.
Andrew Kratz recently sat down with Kate Weaver, a community veteran and former Director of Extranet Communities at Health Catalyst. The purpose of their conversation was to discuss her experience migrating from one community platform to another. Kate’s story and insights will prove helpful to other community owners considering a similar path.
Over recent years we’ve seen a focus on metrics showing more direct top and bottom line impacts and ROI for online communities. Jive's upcoming “PeopleGraph” promises to “re-establish people as the center of enterprise social networks." In this post, strategist Simon Scullion shows us how Jive's REST API can be used for Social Network Analysis.
At Social Edge we know that thoughtful and well-executed use cases are the foundation of a successful community, so important that we’ve blogged about it here. A simple search of “use case” in JiveWorks also yields dozens of informative results. While information on use cases and their importance is plentiful, here is what you really need to know.
Unlike your typical Jive collaboration scenarios, best practices for knowledge management dictate a tighter, observed process. This usually involves content templates, guidelines and an editorial process. Here are a few examples of how we handled this in internal and external communities.
JiveWorld14 is just around the corner, and Social Edge is busy planning which sessions to attend, what we want to learn about and who we want to meet. With the Jive-x external community platform release this year, there's even more to learn. As Social Edge president Andrew Kratz Kratz mentioned in a recent blog post, Three Trends to Watch at JiveWorld14, a topic we look forward to hearing more about at JW14 is Jive-x. This year Social Edge has worked with a number of clients that successfully leveraged the features of the Jive-x platform to connect in meaningful ways with their clients, partners and customers.
Have you been thinking about using an online external community to reach your customers in a truly helpful and "sticky" way? It's a fast-growing trend with which many large companies are exploring and experimenting. It makes sense when companies like McAfee, Wells Fargo, and Verizon Wireless are experiencing measurable successes with their external communities. McAfee, for example, reduced call volume by 26% and increased customer satisfaction by a whopping 25% (Source).
Some of the more challenging conversations you will have regarding your new social collaboration platform are with your front line business teams. These are the job functions that are at the heart of your organization. They have no time to waste and many will be skeptical of “hot trends” that might be long on promises and short on delivering. It is worth the time to spend with them as they have the most to gain from social tools.
While numerous new features were announced in Jive's 2015.2 release, we dug deeper into a few of the enhancements behind the curtain, focusing on the new reports added to the Jive CMGR's best friend - the Community Manager Reports (CMR). The recent updates to the CMR have allowed community managers to dig deeper into the data to see not only how the community is being adopted and used, but how engaged the members are.
TemboSocial, a leading provider of social software solutions for businesses today announced a partnership with Social Edge Consulting, an award winning professional services firm specializing in implementing and innovating with Jive Software. The partnership will help Jive customers leverage their investment by driving sustained platform adoption & employee engagement.
I always tell people that I have the best job in the world. When I explain to them what it is ??? helping businesses go social inside and outside their company??? they usually have no idea what I'm talking about. But social business, as it's called, is an unstoppable trend that will help change the way we live, and work, on this planet.
It's been a short seven years since Andrew McAfee, an associate professor at Harvard Business School, wrote an article titled Enterprise 2.0: The Dawn of Emergent Collaboration in the MIT Sloan Management Review (Spring 2006) that asked the question, do we finally have the collaborative technologies that reflect the way work gets done?