What will be the key features on the intranet in 3 years?

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19 out of 34 speakers at IntraTeam Event Copenhagen 2016 told us what they think will be the key features on the intranet in a 3 years time. 

You can read the answers below and your comments are appreciated.

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Neil Morgan, Richemont International: 

Communications from all parts of the company. The platform for onboarding new staff. Anytime access for acting on tasks or certain activities immediately. 

Steve SaleAstraZeneca:

Search and Social interaction. 

Virpi OinonenBusiness Goes Social:

Social collaboration, integration. 

Christian Carlsson, Grundfos:

All depends on the person; what is most important for you? However, the evergreens will still be there in three years: Lunch menu, Christmas party sign-up, and vacation house booking.

Frank Sielaff, Merck:

Search, Comment, Follow, Recommended Content and Experts. 

See the programme for IntraTeam Event Copenhagen 2016

Hubert Turaj, EDISONDA:

Organizational and company domain specific knowledge. Document sharing and collaboration. News from organization. Employees’ discussion boards. People’s motivation and behaviour does not change that fast. Neither do organizations.

Jeff FriedBA Insight:

Content and expert recommendation, Collaborative document assembly, and social features like discussions around projects will be key new features that come into prevalence. 

Lars ThostrupDanske Bank:

Personalization. Support of global teams work and collaboration. Mobile capabilities. 

Luis Suarez:

People, people, and, once again, people. If there is anything that social / digital tools have proved over the last decade is the long awaited, fast transition into people centric computing vs. the traditional document centric computing. So whatever new features that would be there would need to have a clear mission / goal: improve the overall employee experience to get work done more effectively.

Marc D. AndersonSympraxis Consulting LLC:

Whatever we start calling “Communities of Practice” or “Centers of Excellence”. People working together based on common interests and skills that cross organizational boundaries. (I’ve been predicting this for 15 years. The world moves slowly.)

Ralf Larsson, Electrolux:

Corporate messages. Social interaction. Structured organizational data for me. 

Steve BynghallTwo Hives:

Publishing, collaboration, networking, apps, search, dashboard. 

Dennis AgusiPhilips:

Mobility, relevancy and the context people look at information on the intranet. The intranet will be more build around the user with handy features that help them to do their job.

Jean-Luc Abelin, LAFARGE:

Easy to use, collaborative working to enrich news, facilate access to all tools. 

Richard GeraGlaxoSmithKline:

Improved mobile accessibility, improved content relevance, multi language support, tighter ESN integration, more self service tools.

Shaula Zanchi, Robin Partington & Partners:

Depends on the Companies… most will remain stuck in their old ways of thinking.  

Kevin AustinShell International:

Sharper Content and Social features to fit with the mobility focus.

Hanna KarppiSkanska:

Chat/community tools, newsfeeds, contact search (this might seem old fashioned but it is usually the most used service). 

Kaisa Hilden, Yleisradio:

The key features on the intranet in 3 years will be sharing and collaboration. The future intranet is about providing a place for work. Applications will more and more replace the traditional intranet features.

See the rest of the speakers. 

Sessions about Internal commsCollaborationKnowledge Management and Search.

See the full programme. 




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