Intranet Governance

 
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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.

Technology has played a pivotal role in all organisations over the last few decades.

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

Great intranets are not built from the bottom-up; they are not populist, user-driven systems.

It’s not hard to describe great intranets: content is well-written and up-to-date, information can be found easily, news flows regularly, and staff are provided with tools that help them in t

The Intranet Operating Model highlights the critical elements of governance that&nb

The average intranet is pathetic; it suffers from poor technology, awful, out-dated content, poor engagement, a terrible search engine, non-existent content governance, and a pathetic user experien

 

 

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