I invite you to my webinar to discuss 'user' engagement and the intranet, and creating a successful participant based intranet.
Menus menus menus. Curated lists of ‘how to do’ stuff are great, but sometimes the simplest list is the ‘killer app’ of your intranet. Try the ‘I need to...’ list, and help your people get things done fast.
Stakeholders can supply focus and drive, but their personal lens can warp the clarity of communications.
Guest post from Jon Buscall in Sweden on the freedom blogging brings to small businesses.
Take a second to send a link to my website to your intranet manager / editor, in the hopes of brightening their day.
Easy directions on how to steer clear of breaking copyright and getting your company into hot water. Lead by example by following these points.
Wedge hates the idea of the intranet launching as soon as you log on to Windows, but he has to consdider the benefits, even if he can't contain or hide his infuriation!
Today does not exist on the Internet.
Intranets cost money; a suitable investment of time and cash is needed for a quality service to your people. But how much dare you spend? How much dare you not spend?
Wedge reminds business people that 'business writing' is a very different skill to writing for people. Consider the audience, Wedge says.