Executives are killing the intranet

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 experience that looks like a web brochure from the 1990s, or a screen full of...
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SharePoint Intranet Governance

Intranet governance details the ownership model (who owns and manages it), and the rules for creating pages and content (roles and responsibilities, and policies); SharePoint intranet governance is really no different than the standard intranet governance model,...
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Intranet crisis: IBM eliminates remote workers

According to various reports, IBM is eliminating remote workers in marketing, engineering, and other roles. The Register details some of IBM's plans in Big blues: IBM's remote-worker crackdown is company-wide, including its engineers. In the US, those that don't...
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The Critical Intranet Governance Partnership: IT & Communications

The intranet flounders, if not fails, when there is no clear ownership, or governance. Show me a successful intranet, and I guarantee it has a great owner, supported by clear intranet governance. Intranet governance details the ownership model, and the roles and...
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Twitter rendered useless

An explosive start that even surpassed Facebook's stratospheric launch; highly-used by an incredibly engaged audience; simple, and free. What potential... spoiled. Twitter has become a nearly useless tool, overrun by chatter and incoherent missives of daily nonsense,...
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Seismic changes to intranet technology sector

Seismic changes are afoot in the intranet content management space. The intranet technology platform solutions industry has been consolidating furiously in recent years. One of the biggest acquisitions was just announced. Enterprise content management technology...
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The Best Intranets – Audience Q&A

The best intranets are all different: they look different, they run on different technology stacks, and they have different content, people and processes. However, there are some common ingredients that are common in each. In November, we hosted a very well-attended...
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Social intranet drives employee productivity

Employees may waste too much time on the intranet; social media wastes time; the Internet is a productivity drain. These are common refrains and concerns expressed by many executives, albeit the less educated ones, generally of an older generation, nearing or past...
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Intranet Design: The Very Best Intranets and Digital Workplaces

What makes a great intranet one of the best? In short, a lot. It requires a tremendous amount of intelligent work, planning, investment, and highly engaged executives and employees. But like an exceptional human being (insert your own election joke), none is perfect....
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Empowering Employees To Be Bloggers

Blogging didn’t take-off; it was mostly led by corporate communications. Started seeding blogs with non-work related blog posts (e.g. personal growth). CIO was an original blog; CEO does a blog, but it’s treated like a news story (he now responds to comments). We do a...

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Executives are killing the intranet

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 experience that looks like a web brochure from the 1990s, or a screen full of...

read more

SharePoint Intranet Governance

Intranet governance details the ownership model (who owns and manages it), and the rules for creating pages and content (roles and responsibilities, and policies); SharePoint intranet governance is really no different than the standard intranet governance model,...

read more

Intranet crisis: IBM eliminates remote workers

According to various reports, IBM is eliminating remote workers in marketing, engineering, and other roles. The Register details some of IBM's plans in Big blues: IBM's remote-worker crackdown is company-wide, including its engineers. In the US, those that don't...

read more

Twitter rendered useless

An explosive start that even surpassed Facebook's stratospheric launch; highly-used by an incredibly engaged audience; simple, and free. What potential... spoiled. Twitter has become a nearly useless tool, overrun by chatter and incoherent missives of daily nonsense,...

read more

Seismic changes to intranet technology sector

Seismic changes are afoot in the intranet content management space. The intranet technology platform solutions industry has been consolidating furiously in recent years. One of the biggest acquisitions was just announced. Enterprise content management technology...

read more

The Best Intranets – Audience Q&A

The best intranets are all different: they look different, they run on different technology stacks, and they have different content, people and processes. However, there are some common ingredients that are common in each. In November, we hosted a very well-attended...

read more