IntraTeam Event 2015 – The intranet is dead! Long live the intranet!

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!

Sprints, leaps and baby steps – What it takes to make an intranet strategy work.

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.

IntraTeam Event 2013 – Personas, Yammer, and power in social networks

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

Continuous measurement of intranet user satisfaction – Can it be done?

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?