Starting today, we’ll be publishing a round up of the #intranet related webinars so that you can start planning your June diary. We hope that our once-a-month summary will be helpful! If you’re organising a webinar or other free #intranet event, please drop us the details on the contact page and we’ll be delighted to share.Read More
So you’re sponsoring the Intranet project? Good work – you have an opportunity to really make a difference to an under-utilised and potentially hugely valuable tool that is already used by most of the company on a daily basis.
But what’s that? You have heard about an unwritten code for intranet project sponsors? That being obstructive, dis-engaged and difficult is ‘bang on trend’? You want to join the fast growing club of sponsors of failed projects?
You are in luck. Here are our top tips.Read More
Social intranets, as part of a broader social enterprise strategy, are increasingly more commonplace and there are no shortage of technology suppliers ready to add the functionality to your portal. But as we’ve noted at intranetizen before, installing the technology is by far the easiest part of creating a social intranet — the hardest part is embedding that technology in the weave of workplace workflow and changing the culture of an organisation. We’ve proposed tactics to develop trust before, but here are some further steps you can take to make social work on your intranet and in your company.Read More
Content owners are an integral part of any successful intranet. We won’t deny it nor will any of us can say we could manage an intranet without their input and involvement. These colleagues see the value of the intranet and try to take an active role while doing their day job. Let’s focus on that one small word; try. Your content owners will try but do they always deliver?Read More
We’ve all heard the spiel about the digital workplace improving every corner of your business, transforming the way employees work. Intranets, we’re told, are a productivity engine, making everyone’s life a little easier. Yet despite this, intranets rarely get much attention from bigwigs. And when they do, it’s often negative.
One sure-fire way to get your execs to sit up and take notice is to win an award. Here the Intranetizen team offer five reasons to enter (and win) award schemes.Read More