Working Out Loud – 3 buttons for finding the right volume

I have never given it a single thought: Why do people share so many pictures of cats on the internet? Until today that is. Reading Simon Terry’s blog post about why “You Can’t Take Your Cat to the Park!” I started reflecting on this. Not on cats and dogs but on Simon’s point that most … More Working Out Loud – 3 buttons for finding the right volume

Read the organisation chart horizontally – not vertically

I’ve just been thrown into a project around change management for a global IT transformation project where we are changing from IBM and Lotus Notes to Microsoft and Outlook (plus a huge pile of other stuff – let’s leave it at that…) certainand a very interesting task. I could be whining about that it’s too … More Read the organisation chart horizontally – not vertically

Relevance, Resonance, and the Digital Ninjas – Adobe Summit 2012

On my way from work today I heard a somewhat funny segment about how companies increasingly were looking for ‘ninjas’ when hiring new people. In fact the job ads mentioning ‘ninjas’ were up 2500% compared to last year – not to mention the jedis and rock stars who also seem to be in great demand. … More Relevance, Resonance, and the Digital Ninjas – Adobe Summit 2012

Thumbs up for the intranet – but what’s in a thumb?

Last week I shared some figures on the newly introduced interactive features on our intranet. Along the way I have received much feedback and many questions. The most interesting/baffling question I have encountered is ”What does a thumb mean?”. Good one. Do you like/dislike the article? Do you agree/disagree with the message? Do you think … More Thumbs up for the intranet – but what’s in a thumb?

A small, but very important, step for the intranet

Monday last week we launched a new and improved way of publishing news on our intranet – possibly the biggest change in our intranet communication in 5 years. Along with this we introduced interactive features in the shape of comments and just as important – thumbs. Both up and down. Interactive features in the broad … More A small, but very important, step for the intranet