At Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference in September, the most popular slide was the one that tried to make sense of Office 365. The slide was shown once again at the European SharePoint conference in mid-November. The consensus found it a helpful clarification and thought it made a lot of sense. I couldn’t help thinking the explanation was received with the kind of elation someone feels...
#IEC16 "the HomePage of an intranet is the most important page. It is the first page users see - and the last for some" @IntraTeam
Live blogging from the IntraTeam conference in Copenhagen. See also Day 2
Our move to a tag/topic based intranet
Dennis Agusi – Philips
[caption width="300" id="attachment_5055" align="alignright"] The case for a new Philips intranet[/caption]Dennis described an extensive intranet replacement programme. In the past Philips...
innovation isn’t just about having original ideas — it isn’t even always about
originality — it is about the ability to mobilise those ideas into a product or
Innovation: the organisational amplification of an idea
knowledge spiral or SECI model by Ikujiro Nonaka and Hirotaka Takeuchi is probably
the most famous in the field of knowledge management (KM). But why is it a
spiral and not a circle? The model...
Should intranets be essential? Logic says ‘yes’: intranets should aim to support the most important elements of a business and therefore be essential to that business. But hidden behind such an objective is often a desire to drive traffic to an intranet in the belief that high usage constitutes success. ...
The people directory has long been on the ‘killer app’ list when it comes to intranet features. Originally this was mostly phone numbers, but typically it now also includes photographs, skills, reporting lines, hobbies and interests. No, let me rephrase that; … typically it now includes fields for this information. In practice, some organisations still disable them....