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Live blogging from Day 2 (see also Day 1). It's been a fantastic conference so far, so I'll try to do justice to today's tracks (and apologies in advance when it goes silent at the end as I've the privilege of being the closing keynote -- no pressure then!). Conference agenda. Creating Trust and Uniting staff at a global and local level. Kim Sbarcea - ThinkingShift James...

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[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The agenda for the digital workplace is becoming established from an architectural perspective, but what are the things we need to preserve from the employeeworker point of view? Here is our take on a manifesto for employees, contractors and freelancers. We originally released this last October as a text version inspired (like so many) by the Cluetrain manifesto. We've now produced a graphic version with the help...

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[caption id="attachment_1251" align="alignright" width="200"] image: Kheel Center, Cornell U.[/caption] [alert]This post has been superseded by an illustrated version of the Digital Workplace Manifesto[/alert] The agenda for the digital workplace is becoming established from an architectural perspective, but what are the things we need to preserve from the employeeworker point of view? Inspired (like so many) by the market-driven Cluetrain manifesto, here is our take on a manifesto...

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[frame]This post is part of a series that looks at what’s changed from an intranet manager perspective, in particular things employees will notice and improvements for site and content owners. SharePoint 2013 Series Is SharePoint 2013 worth waiting for? SharePoint 2013 for intranet sites  SharePoint 2013 social features SharePoint 2013 for collaboration (this post) SharePoint 2013 digital workplace and mobile (forthcoming) SharePoint 2013 governance, analytics and search (forthcoming) SharePoint 2013 user experience (forthcoming) See our summary webinar on...

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Intranets have always straddled multiple functions, but with the growth of the digital workplace, balancing what is in and out of scope for an intranet is getting trickier. Often related initiatives such as SharePoint, Yammer, mobile access or BYOD risk confusing employees, but are not necessarily within the remit of the intranet manager to set their strategy. Here we present five guiding principles for that balancing act: 1. Don't Plan Your...

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Re-thinking employee adoption.

Often discussions on intranet adoption tend to focus on launch or training activities. But what role should adoption play in digital workplace strategy? Indeed, what does ‘good’ adoption look like? It’s not even clear cut that people spending more time on an intranet is necessarily a good outcome – it could just mean that they’re lost. We also need to move beyond “what’s in it for me”...

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Day 3 from the IntraTeam Conference See also: Day 1, Day 2   Sharon O'Dea - Mobile Intranet at UK Parliament Sharon (@sharonodea) wins my vote for the most entertaining session. She talked about the challenges of being an intranet manager in the unusual world of a near 1000-year old organisation. When she started there was an old intranet, but with elections coming and a new influx of younger, novice MPs, ...

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This is part 2 of a day-by-day blog of Intrateam 2012 See also: Day 1, Day 3 Tony Byrne - Latest Trends in Collaboration and Social Computing Within Larger Enterprises Tony (@TonyByrne) of the Real Story Group (RSG) began by saying: If you throw in blogs, wikis etc. at the organisation and people don't use them, it's not an adoption problem, it's a technology strategy problem; you haven't...

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  I'm at IntraTeam 2012 in Denmark and will be blogging my take on the highlights (apologies to the speakers in tracks I miss). see also: Day 2, Day 3 Today's pre-conference workshops featured: Jim Ylisela  on Writing for the Internal Web  Jim (@jpyjr) reckons our employees are getting rapidly cynical as intranet content falls behind web content; it's boring, not interactive, words not video. For articles, nobody follows the Who,...

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Many people are boldly doing 2012 predictions, which is nice guesswork if you can get it. I’m going to stick to more certain ground and talk about the 10 things that stood out for me in 2011. 1) Intranets remained stubbornly not dead. There seemed to be a rash of articles by people writing headlines “The Intranet is Dead” and then saying why it wasn’t. Unfortunately...

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