Have you got an up-to-date and documented intranet strategy? And by that we mean a proper intranet strategy that has been researched, well thought out and signed off by key stakeholders.
Aimed at intranet managers and comms professionals, the annual Intranet Now conference took place on Friday 30th September 2016 in London. Here are some tweets by us and by others that we thought you might find interesting.
Sometimes customers ask simple but great questions: “What are the big intranet trends I need to be aware of as I consider rebuilding our corporate intranet?”. As intranet practitioners it’s very easy to become immersed in detail and forget the bigger picture. This question made me think.
Dan explores the people elements of intranet governance – going beyond the processes and procedures and into analytics and engagement.
Overlapping responsibilities and unclear accountabilities make for hazy intranet governance and a woolly intranet. To realise the full value of your intranet, simple, explicit governance is needed.
Your intranet can become bloated; up-to-date material can be difficult to find, and the search engine becomes clogged with results from last year. You need to cut the rot from your content.
Why do intranets fail? Before going through an intranet governance checklist it’s useful first to think about the context and purposes of intranet governance. In our work we are often called in to rescue failing intranets. The following is a list of… read more
There are many ways to build a new intranet, or revamp an ageing one. Whatever your approach, your objective must be to create a useful, useable intranet that adds value to your business.
There are ‘quick fixes’ for your intranet that nobody need approve – you can just get on with these easy improvements in about an hour.
A successful intranet cannot be simply installed and launched; the whole organisation needs to be engaged. Here’s how to share the responsibility for the intranet beyond the core intranet team.