In the intranet and digital workplace community you can find a wide range of varying job titles, departments and responsibilities. It is a field that is expanding but isn’t regulated or recognised through a governing members association. We get lumped in with IT practitioners, HR generalists and internal comms specialists. We all know we do something different, but it is really hard to define what we do. We have more responsibility, more tools to manage, more to think about, but do our current job titles give the complete picture?Read More
The elevator pitch: a short prepared speech that can be given in the time it takes to go up in an elevator. Picture it, you are in the elevator and in walks the one person who you need to ‘get on board’ with your idea or provide the go ahead for your big project. You have around thirty seconds to give all the information they need to hear. Where do you start and what do you sell?
Creating your elevator pitch for your current or future intranet, or even your current or future intranet role, is hugely important as you’ll never know when your next opportunity with the bigwig will come. We look at how you can create your elevator pitch for your intranet.Read More
Statistics can help you understand how people use your intranet, and whether you manage a massive SharePoint solution or a smaller intranet CMS, you will want to measure the right things so that you can optimise the intranet experience. Here are six major measurements to track and ten further ideas.Read More
We learned yesterday that JP Morgan have an online resignation tool as part of their employee engagement programme. We expect there’s more to it than a big red “sod this, I’ve had enough, I’m off” button on the homepage.
But it got us thinking: as well as an ‘I resign’ button, what are the features that an intranet really needs?Read More