Content tagged with: Intranet Governance
Neil Morgan @rasneil works at Richemont International – a group of companies with 30,000 employees across dozens of brands, including Cartier and Mont Blanc.
Article: Intranet Manifest
Wedge has made a draft manifesto, to guide everyone who writes, publishes, comments, blogs, uploads or interacts with our new intranet system.
Blog post: CDO – A Temporary Role?
Roles emerge within organizations that may exist over several years but will probably not be perennial. Roles concerning the digital transformation of organizations may be such roles.
Too many intranet ‘projects’ focus on the software and features.
Blog post: Five principles for university intranets
University ‘real world’ working environments are unique, often consisting of an overlapping blend of private and public-facing spaces, working practices and environments.
A practical, systematic approach to intranet governance. Every intranet manager would find value in going through this with their team.
Governance. It is a word that commands respect. Perhaps this is why so many in the world of corporate communication shy away from it.
Pictures and videos: The importance of why for intranets and digital workplaces by Samuel Driessen, Entopic
Many intranets don’t have a clear goal and strategy. Why? And why is an intranet goal and strategy important?
In this talk Samuel will share his experience with helping large organizations define their intranet strategy.
He will help you distinguish between a good and bad goal. And help you define a goal and strategy that successfully drives your intranet development.
Blog post: Intranet value lies in employee satisfaction
Saying that intranet value is about how employees feel may seem counterintuitive — surely it is about sales, profits and customers.