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Over the last two years, there has been a dramatic shift in how organisations are approaching new intranets on SharePoint.

In recent decades, the rise of multinational firms has seen inevitable.

Some of the greatest value the digital workplace can deliver is moving internal services online, making it easier to get things done at less cost to the company.

I want to argue that digital workplace leadership is largely a hands-off role. It is about setting a vision and then letting the organization determine the programme.

It’s not hard to describe great intranets: content is well-written and up-to-date, information can be found easily, news flows regularly, and staff are provided with tools that help them in t

The average intranet is pathetic; it suffers from poor technology, awful, out-dated content, poor engagement, a terrible search engine, non-existent content governance, and a pathetic user experien

The Intranet Operating Model highlights the critical elements of governance that&nb

In my office, the company gives you cake. It’s a perfunctory cake but served up daily, it keeps employees reasonably happy and productive.

It’s been a busy week for the Intranetizens.

Let’s face it, managing the navigation and site structure (information architecture) of an intranet is hard.

Intentions vs. reality, time for a closer look

Intranets and digital initiatives are never finished. They are part of continual change in the workplace.

Truly global digital workplaces span continents and countries. They encompass a workforce divided across many business divisions and roles.

Over the years the University of Liverpool have done some great work in the mobile app space, both internally and externally-facing.

 

 

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