Do your 2020 plans include rolling out Microsoft 365 or creating a new SharePoint intranet? If you have the platform already, do you know how to make the most of it? Are the right governance structures in place in your company? Can you answer your IT colleagues’ questions? Do you know what you need to ask […]Read more >
Are you thinking about digital workplace adoption in your organisation? You’re not alone. If you need a helping hand, I’ve got news today of an upcoming event where you can hear what’s happening in other companies. smilelondon is in its 12th year and is a must-attend event for the IC community. For the full agenda […]Read more >
Want to see what other organisations are doing now to engage and support employees across their digital workplace? Real-life events offer unparalleled opportunity to learn from peers. I couldn’t agree more with this view from Wedge Black, @wedge. He’s here with a guest post to share news about the upcoming Intranet Now conference on 7 June 2019. If […]Read more >
How good is your copy? Most professional communicators create reams of copy (written material) every year, including intranet stories or scripts for videos. Would you like a helping hand with yours? Today I’m delighted to introduce Jaime Cox to the All Things IC blog for the first time. If your 2019 goals include sharpening your […]Read more >
What should you call your intranet? Should an intranet have a name? How can you choose the best name for your intranet? If you’ve ever worked on a project looking at a new intranet, chances are you’ve had this discussion. In this article you’ll find examples of existing intranet names and advice from professional communicators, […]Read more >
“How do you keep a secret in the organisation? Put it on the intranet.” Sound familiar? It doesn’t have to be that way. If your intranet is the place PDFs go to die, there is hope. Today I’ve got a guest post for you by Sue Palfrey, Head of Internal Communications at the National Trust here […]Read more >
Devon County Council is the first council to put its staff pages (intranet) in the public domain. This site is public and accessible to everyone. This means that employees who are managed by partner organisations, such as the NHS, can view the same information. What’s the one piece of advice to enable you to do […]Read more >
Every year the Intranet Innovation Awards celebrate new and innovative approaches for intranets, enterprise social networks (ESNs) and digital workplaces around the globe. What can we learn from the winning entries and what trends are emerging? What approach and designs are working well for organisations? Steve Bynghall (pictured) is a freelance consultant and writer specialising in […]Read more >
How does your intranet affect your ability to reach colleagues, communicate important matters, and start dialogues? Intranets may be the foundation of your digital internal communications, but they have to be designed and configured in the right way. I have news of a course to help you do just that, and a guest post to […]Read more >
When did you last analyse your intranet and had the opportunity to think through what you want it to achieve? How can you simplify your intranet? These topics were part of Tuesday’s #intranetnow workshop in London organised by Wedge Black @wedge. Carolyne Mitchell @cal444 is the Team Leader of South Lanarkshire Council‘s newly formed Digital Team. Here […]Read more >
What does a good intranet look like? Is yours the pick of the bunch? Who is doing a good job and what can you learn from them? I’ve written before about using Pinterest for internal communication, and two of my favourite Pinterest boards are by comms pro Sharon O’Dea @sharonodea. She has collated screen grabs of […]Read more >
What does your intranet look like? Are you proud of it or frustrated by the content? Where can you get some fresh ideas and insight and be rewarded for your efforts?Today I’m delighted to welcome Steve Bynghall @bynghall, who has written a guest article for my blog on all things intranet related. He’s a freelance […]Read more >
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