While it’s true that for efficiency, the “assembly line” idea may have been a “best practice” for Taylor and Ford, it discouraged innovation and product improvement. What can you learn about best practices from their situation?
“You can practice shooting eight hours a day, but if your technique is wrong, then all you become is very good at shooting the wrong way. Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise.” – Michael Jordan
The Find Me/Follow Me feature is a game changer for school employees. It allows anyone on the system to customize their phone so they may be reached at different locations and on any Jive enabled device.
Picture it: A teacher is frustrated. She’s been having trouble with her voicemail settings. Parents keep complaining that they can’t get to her voicemail when they call—the line simply disconnects, or sometimes gives a disconcerting error message.
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April 25, 2014 Orem, UT (PRWEB) – Jive Communications, a leader in the Hosted VoIP and Unified Communications industry today announced the hiring of Todd Dechter and Scott Jager as Directors of Business Development in Higher Education. Both bring extensive knowledge and experience in providing solutions to higher education organizations across the U.S. “We’re excited […]
Jive Communications, Inc. is proud to announce that our President & CEO, John Pope, is a finalist for the 2014 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Here are a few reasons we think John is the bomb…
When building your business, no matter what market you’re in, your phone system is the last thing you want to stress about. You don’t have the time to stress about it. This was the case of the Jive founders.
If you’ve ever talked to an angry customer who–because of user error–has condemned your company’s product and has taken up a personal vendetta against every employee at your company, then you’d probably have a tough time saying “the customer is always right” with a straight face.