Intranet Governance

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For all the talk on technology, particularly social and mobile technologies, an intranet is mostly people and process.

A few weeks ago, we ran a day-long enterprise mobile strategy session at a government agency client of ours.

The elevator pitch: a short prepared speech that can be given in the time it takes to go up in an elevator.

We noticed that many organisations we work with have good quality intranet content produced by the Communicates team, but as you get into the detail of their sites standards start to drop.

University ‘real world’ working environments are unique, often consisting of an overlapping blend of private and public-facing spaces, working practices and environments.

One of the on-going intranet debates is whether intranets have a role to play in supporting organisational culture.

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.

Wedge has made a draft manifesto, to guide everyone who writes, publishes, comments, blogs, uploads or interacts with our new intranet system.

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