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The first thing that struck me as I scrolled through the 2017 Intranet Design Annual from the Nielsen Norman Gr

It is very difficult to track down good case studies of intranet search implementations that when eight come along together it was well worth spending a couple of hours to read through them, They a

The global trust epidemic has become a pandemic. Historic lows are being reached in people’s distrust of government and business. The system is broken.

If you landed here because you took the quick poll on the “how challenges”, thank you!

Seismic changes are afoot in the intranet content management space. The intranet technology platform solutions industry has been consolidating furiously in recent years.

The concept of the digital workplace continues to evolve, and it’s a journey rather than a static

The best intranets are all different: they look different, they run on different technology stacks, and they have different content, people and processes.

Each year after the holiday break, staff start returning to work in dribs and drabs.

I’m in the middle of a project to examine the reasons why collaboration adoption seems to be slower than anticipated. A report on the research will be published in February.

It is silo-based thinking to think that there is a set of user experiences and a set of customer experiences.

When I wrote the first edition of Enterprise Search in 2012 I only provided enough of an outline about the inner workings

22 out of 36 speakers at IntraTeam Event Copenhagen 2017 told us if workplace by Facebok will be a challenge to the intranet and digital workplaces. 

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

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24 out of 36 speakers from IntraTeam Event Copenhagen 2017 told us where they think the intranet will be in 3 years. 

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


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Government, like all organizations, claims to exist to serve citizens but in reality is usually more interested in serving itself.

Happy New Year. Here is what I found most interesting in week 51, 52 and week 1. 



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