The intranet's role during a recession

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  1. Anonymous

    …I'm just having my fights. It's quite weird that I – as the communication guy – have to educate the business guys about efficiency…

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  2. Anonymous

    Well good on you Michael — Communications has to be smarter and more proactive because too many executives and IT people don't understand the basic concept of value and how technology can deliver that.
    TW

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  3. Anonymous

    Hi Toby, i have found your blog to be an excellent resource in my work developing an intranet business case for my client (Events Management in Auckland NZ). In a sense i'm in a fortunate position, the client is very keen to replace their current portal (Lotus Notes) with a browser based information sharing platform. Still, building a solid business case, particularly with all the learnings gathered here – be prepared, have a plan, develop a good governance first, make sure the roles and responsibilities capabilities are sorted out, etc etc – will prove invaluable to the client.
    I have also found the Finding ROI whitepaper extremely useful in helping organize the benefits and measurements section of the business case. One small glitch in the doc: On page 63, the most important benefit categories table is reproduced twice, instead of the 2nd table being the least important benefit categories.

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  4. Anonymous

    Personally I think the intranet is a dying bread and there must be more effective ways of operational efficiencies. thanks for the article, very interesting.

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