What are your personal priorities for the intranet and how do they influence its development? Your daily activities demonstrate your approach more than any strategy document.
Over the last few years we’ve been supporters of the Intranet Innovation Awards. The Awards now have a new name and scope, and we’d love to see ClearBox customers and friends submit entries. This guest post by Steve Bynghall explains all. One of the highlights of my working year is managing Step Two’s Intranet and Digital Workplace Awards, […]
“Can my manager make me fill in my profile?” How do you encourage people to maintain their profile on the intranet when some people have fears and doubts?
Join six-time SharePoint MVP, Michal Pisarek and our Sam Marshall for a very honest, pragmatic, and sometimes comical conversation about what you can do with the new features of SharePoint 2016 and Office 365.
It’s often the web CMS that gets bought first and then crowbarred into an intranet – with unsatisfactory and disengaging results.
Journalists structure news stories to flow from top to bottom. You can lay out your comms to make it easier and quicker for people to find the information they need.
Your department wants to share some essential information on your intranet. Should it be via page, a PDF, or perhaps a Word file? We’ve got some simple advice to help you decide.
If you want your reference material and news to be found on the intranet, put yourself in your reader’s shoes. What are they trying to do and what words are they using to search for it?
When publishing intranet pages, it’s important that links are clear, simple, and obvious to the reader as they scan read the page. These basic rules will help you construct beautiful hyperlinks that people will click.
Live blogging from Copenhagen. See also Day 1 The Intranet’s new role Brad Whitworth – Cisco “When you work from home you learn how to look good from the waist up” We no longer need to be at a desk in an office to work. At Cisco they have a dermatologist that can do 95% of […]