Rachel Happe, Co-Founder and Principal
The Community Roundtable
Rachel Happe is a Co-Founder and Principal at The Community Roundtable, a company dedicated to advancing the business of community. The Community Roundtable provides education, training, benchmarking, and advisory services to community and social business leaders. Rachel co-founded The Community Roundtable to support business leaders developing their community and social business strategies. Clients including SAP, Aetna, BASF, CA, and H&R Block 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. Rachel has served as a product executive at Mzinga, Bitpass, & IDe, and as IDC’s first analyst covering social technologies. She has over twenty years of experience working with emerging technologies including enterprise social networking, eCommerce, and enterprise software applications.
Christopher Parsons of Knowledge Architecture interviews Rachel Happe of The Community Roundtable at KA Connect 2016.
More Talks About Communities of Practice
Sue Marshall at KA Connect 2016.
Stefnee Trzpuc at KA Connect 2016.
Jim Martin at KA Connect 2016.
Rachel Happe at KA Connect 2016.
Gil Hantzsch at KA Connect 2016.
Scott Crawford + Jack Chaffin at KA Connect 2015.
Matthew Krissel at KA Connect 2015.
Vanessa DiMauro at KA Connect 2014.
Andrew Trickett at KA Connect 2013.