We started the Intranet Now conference back in 2014 on Twitter and Google Plus – those early conversations shaped our annual conference. But while I’m personally delighted with the UI of Google+, as a network, it hasn’t taken off in our intranet / comms world, has it? I’m no fan of LinkedIn – it’s been […]Continue reading
The need to measure performance changes once the project is ‘delivered’ and all the functionality is in place.
Brian talks to Chris tubb and Steve Bynghall about the value of an intranet strategy that guides your intranet development throughout the lifecycle, not just at launch. You can listen to the 13 minute discussion by clicking below, or you can download the MP3 (‘right-click’ to save the 12MB file). Audio, 13 mins – just […]Continue reading
Do you have an intranet strategy? “We had one for the relaunch.” “I don’t have time for that.” “We have an intranet; it’s not necessary.” “Management set strategy, it’s up to me to follow it.” All real enough reasons for not having a strategy, but if you don’t set direction then someone else will. Next […]Continue reading
Simple usability techniques can offer a route to overcoming common problems. Guest article from Carolyne Mitchell, one of our Intranet Now conference speakers.
So we did it – we put on our second intranet conference, and again filled the hall with intranet and comms people from across the country and across industries. Brian and I are very pleased, obviously, to have been able to do this for you. We did last year’s conference because there was a real […]Continue reading
In a perfect world we dream of an intranet solution that empowers employees to find answers faster, work smarter, self-serve, personalise, collaborate and always know what the ‘special of the day’ is in the staff restaurant by mid-morning. Oh and it helps streamline the business, cut costs and spreads the good word of the board […]Continue reading
James is the author of the three best-selling intranet books in the world, each of which come highly recommended. He has also written over two hundred articles and a variety of best-practice resources, including the Intranet Roadmap. Right now James is on a bit of a world tour, speaking in Copenhagen, Stockholm and Washington DC but his […]Continue reading
Our Intranet Now event is a dynamic day. While we pack in 20 speakers into the agenda, it’s the late afternoon sessions that turn the tables. Every audience member becomes a participant, as we transform into an unconference. The unconference format means that participants set the agenda, by suggestiong discussion topics. Topics are often inspired […]Continue reading