Just before the end of this year’s IntraTeam Event a few weeks back, Martin White sat down next to me for a chat about the two days and how it had been. One of his first comments were: “People are so much more positive than last year. It seems like the optimism is returning to the … More IntraTeam Event 2015 – The intranet is dead! Long live the intranet!
Next week I’m speaking at Intranätverk – the newest star on the intranet conference sky. Kristian Norling has done a remarkable job of putting together a great lineup of speakers mostly from Sweden but also some notable people from around Europe. Kristian promises to bring a twist to the regular intranet conference and I am … More Sprints, leaps and baby steps – What it takes to make an intranet strategy work.
Normally I publish a brief review of the events I attend on this blog but this time is slightly different. The Intranetizens were not able to attend this year’s event in Copenhagen so I was asked if I could step in. No problem. Thus this year’s review of IntraTeam Event is published under the seemingly … More IntraTeam Event 2013 – Personas, Yammer, and power in social networks
You do not talk about Sharepoint! I’m sure there are many other Fight Club related quotes to be said about intranets and platforms but the one mentioned here is very appropriate for my experiences from two conferences in the past month. I have enjoyed the privelege of speaking at J. Boye 2012 in Aarhus and … More The first rule of Sharepoint is…
It happens – more frequently than it should – that you meet an intranet manager with a somewhat disgruntled look on her face when you start talking about how their intranet is doing. More often than not this is because they are in the middle of a big redesign or a big upgrade to the … More Mind the gap – also when developing your intranet
Measurement and user satisfaction is something that all intranet people think about now and again me included. I have been running satisfaction surveys for a couple of years and although these big, annual surveys have produced very useful results I have thinking about a more continuous measurement of your intranet and how this can be … More Continuous measurement of intranet user satisfaction – Can it be done?
How do we *do* social? In our wiki? In the document management system? …or do we just buy Chatter/Yammer/SocialCast? These questions are being asked in many organisations – my own included – and the answer is not always easy. Truth is we *do* social where it makes sense. It’s not about the tool, it’s about … More The Engaging, Social Intranet