Speakers

Every speaker is in someway a member of the wider community. Every single speaker’s experience will illuminate and inspire.

If you’re a practitioner and would like to speak at Intranet Now, please email Wedge@intranetnow.co.uk

Thursday, 5th October 2017

Hilton Bankside, 2-8 Great Suffolk Street, London, SE1 0UG

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Joe Freeman

Joe leads on all things digital at Breast Cancer Now, specifically working to ensure the charity better uses digital across teams to meet their goals. Joe has lead social media and digital engagement at both Diabetes UK and Sue Ryder – also managing the latter’s digital transformation work.

Joe’s currently thinking about how an organisation’s culture needs to adapt to make the most of digital, and wondering what will happen to the sector if we don’t all see digital as a strategic priority.

Joe on Twitter | LinkedIn | Blog

Joe Freeman
breast cancer now

Lesley Crook

Lesley is a tenacious, internal communications professional with 25 years Pharma experience that spans lean sigma and change management. A Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award winner 2017 for Office 365 Yammer (1 of 2 UK recipients to date). Ability to develop, syndicate and execute communication strategies and campaigns at all levels, from paper to digital. Service offerings include Yammer adoption change management workshops supported by the principles of ‘Working Out Loud’.

Lesley on Twitter | LinkedIn

Lesley Crook

Chris Tubb

Chris works with organisations to help them make informed choices about how their people work together digitally, especially when it comes to strategy, governance and measurement. Chris has worked with intranets for over twenty years, and was formerly responsible for intranet strategy and architecture at Orange/ France Telecom. Since 2010 he has consulted and benchmarked with dozens of large organisations all over the world. He is based in Brighton.

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Chris Tubb

Scott McArthur

Scott offers an unusual mix of experience, having worked as a research scientist, HR director, business consultant, rock musical producer, writer, and keynote speaker. His delivery style, which he has developed across the sectors in over 20 years, is humorous, well-crafted, inspiring and direct.

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Scott McArthur

Allan Tanner

Allan has clocked up 18 years working in digital services, picking up extensive experience in intranet development and management along the way. He’s worked for public, private, and third sector organisations, and is now based in the Global Communications department at Standard Life in Edinburgh, where he leads the digital team which looks after the corporate intranet.

Allan on Twitter | LinkedIn | Blog

Allan Tanner
Standard Life

Kurt Kragh Sørensen

Kurt Kragh Sørensen is the CEO and intranet / digital workplace consultant at IntraTeam in Denmark. Kurt heads the largest intranet / digital workplace membership organisation in Scandinavia, and has offered consultancy services, workshops, and lectures on intranets, knowledge sharing, and online communication since 2000.

Kurt and IntraTeam offer an intranet / digital workplace benchmark survey, with over 200 participants and over 100 benchmarked organisations.

Kurt on Twitter | LinkedIn | IntraTeam on Twitter | Website

Kurt Kragh Sørensen
IntraTeam

Martin White

Martin has been searching for information since he learned to read in 1954. Computer-assisted searching came into his life in 1975 and has been a core interest ever since. Martin is the author of four books on enterprise search based on what he has learned from over 50 search projects and from colleagues at the Information School, University of Sheffield, where he has been a Visiting Professor since 2002.

He is currently working on projects for three multi-national companies, based in Germany, France, and the UK. When not searching he likes playing French organ music, preferably on French organs.

Martin on Twitter | LinkedIn | Website | Enterprise seach book

Martin White
Intranet Focus

Helen Lippell

Helen is an independent consultant who helps organisations sort out their piles of messy information. She specialises in building taxonomies for applications including digital products, websites and of course, intranets. She thinks search is a woefully-neglected part of the digital workplace. Helen has worked for organisations such as the BBC, Time Out, the Metropolitan Police and Pearson. When she’s not taxonomising, she likes going on TV quiz shows, and watching obscure sports.

Helen on Twitter | LinkedIn

Helen Lippell