It was an interesting experience writing A week in the digital workplace. The real-world narrative structure forces you to look at how things are really going to work, from a user perspective. (No abstract theory allowed!) Coming from an intranet starting point, I’ve found it useful to look back through the stories, and to observe [...]
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The digital workplace is an emerging term that describes how the working environments in organisations of every type are being transformed by new technologies and behaviours. While the digital workplace offers a holistic view of the enterprise space, the challenge is to understand it in concrete terms. As mentioned earlier this week, we’re now talking [...]
I’m catching up my blogging after the recent whirlwind trip around Europe. This is a video recorded at the IntraTeam event in Denmark at the start of the trip, discussing “intranets in 2015″.
I’ve been talking about future intranets since late last year, leading up to my keynote at the IntraTeam Event in Copenhagen. As expected, this turned out to be a wonderful conference, with Jane McConnell’s keynote a real highlight, along with many other interesting sessions. As always, plenty of great conversations in the corridors, including with [...]
This future principle explores where intranets should be heading. Previous principles include act proactively, not just reactively, provide universal access and it’s more than the intranet. They support two “future scenarios”: starting a new job and driving the engine of change. Up to this point, the central focus of intranets has been content. How to [...]