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Tivoli Gardens won the Danish IntranetPrize 2014. Simon Verheij, Tivoli Gardens presents their intranet i this video.

The power of design is transforming modern organisations. Many large businesses now have "customer experience" teams, that are reworking everything from the company website to how stores are designed.

Design thinking has now come to intranets too. Leading teams are rethinking how we create and deliver intranets, finding new ways of helping staff do their jobs.

This session will inspire with screenshots and examples from intranets around the globe, drawing on the winners of the Intranet Innovation Awards.

From the smallest of tweaks to major leaps forward, everyone will walk away with ideas about how to improve their intranet, and how to deliver more value for the business. 

Andreas Hallgren talks about how Chalmers University of Technology implemented a unified search platform for all their major websites.
What are the benefits, what kind of problems have occurred along the way, and what can happens when the search solution is handed over from the project to the governance organization?
Andreas will also talk about how the university has begun to use search and search analytics in order to build better, more relevant web sites.

Many intranets don’t have a clear goal and strategy. Why? And why is an intranet goal and strategy important?

In this talk Samuel will share his experience with helping large organizations define their intranet strategy.

He will help you distinguish between a good and bad goal. And help you define a goal and strategy that successfully drives your intranet development.

Due to different reasons, many organisations look for alternatives to SharePoint as intranet platform.
This presentation will cover the most typical intranet scenarios and most typical competing systems for them.
The presentation will analyze the market from the perspective of Scandinavia and will cover systems like Liferay, Confluence, EPiServer, Alfresco, etc.

Key questions:

- What are the most common WCMS and portal systems that are challenging SharePoint in the areas where SharePoint is weak?
- In what kind of situations you should question SharePoint as being the default choice for intranet?
- How to make that argument and also offer strong alternatives?
- What are the key differentiators between systems? Eg. language management, document management, search capabilities.
- Where is the WCMS market going?
- Can we expect more competitors to SharePoint in the future?

The world wants video – but most companies don’t have budgets to hire professional videographers every time Internal Communications come up with a new idea. Hear how HP Norway got started with in-house video production, and learn how easily you can adopt it yourself!

Wedge talks about how to write great content, and layout intranet pages for a good reading experience. It’s part ‘micro-content strategy’ and part user experience.

Wedge covers:
- Headlines – helping people choose what to click Images – attracting attention and conveying meaning
- Links – how to link to other pages, and to files
- Layout – structuring content for easy reading
- Content – writing for the audience, not your boss
- Documents vs pages – the epic battle

Wedge also touches on engaging audiences and internal communities, channel management (because the intranet is not a single channel) and content for mobile devices.

Using internal communications best practice to boost staff morale, improve retention and drive motivation – just how do you make an employee feel valued?
Tried and tested techniques to move beyond moans and groans towards constructive business feedback then closing the loop with answers
Low-cost techniques to create and maintain meaningful engagement on an on-going basis.
Leveraging the power of incentives and rewards to help employees go that extra mile for the business.
Neal presented this at IntraTeam Event Copenhagen March 2015.

In this talk, David Gurteen will introduce the concept of Conversational Leadership.
Conversational Leadership is a style of working where everyone in an organization understands the transformative power of conversation.
They take an open, conversational approach to the way that they work and interact with people.
They purposefully nurture and stimulate the natural conversations that take place in an organization.
They are "Conversation Architects" - they identify the conversations that are needed; the questions to trigger them and they design the processes to convene and host them.
Conversational practices include dialogue, anecdote circles, knowledge cafes, after action reviews, peer assists, storytelling, communities of practice, randomized coffee trials and much more.
Conversational Leadership is not just for managers but is for anyone who wishes to work more effectively.

NNE Pharmaplan has introduced a global onboarding program for new employees to drive a one company culture, reduce employee turnover and deliver better services to customers.
Using integration between a variety of systems including the intranet, corporate website and the e-learning system, new employees are presented with three missions.
The first of these starts before their first day at the company. Using a variety of learning modules, videos and other content, employees learn about the company, processes and customers.
Step Two Designs gave NNE Pharmaplan an Intranet Innovation Gold Award for Business for this program.

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