Rachel Happe (US)
Principal and Co-Founder at The Community Roundtable
Served in analyst, product management, product marketing and executive roles.
Keynote: The language of engagement - crafting a culture of trust, collaboration and innovation
DATE: Tuesday, Nov 6
Workshop: Architecting Behavior Change
Date: Tuesday, Nov 6
About Rachel Happe
Rachel has spent the past 20 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.
About The Community Roundtable
The Community Roundtables is a consulting agency, who provides resources for community management professionals, backed by the industry’s most comprehensive and trusted research, The State of Community Management.
At The Community Roundtable, they know community. They collaborate with clients to develop proven, practical strategies for better engagement. Clients rely on our models, research and networks to take their communities to the next level.
Boye & Co blog: Control is for amateurs - Empower the community to change the culture in your organization (Sep 18)
J. Boye Philadelphia 15 presentation: How to Measure and Benchmark your Enterprise Social Network
J. Boye Philadelphia 14 presentation: A Vision for the Networked Organization