Filed under: Intranets
You’re a powerful and highly respected professional services firm, with offices high up in a tower building overlooking a spectacular view.
You’re a major consumer goods company that delivers products designed for the fashion elite, constantly at the leading edge.
You’re a global technology company, that attracts the brightest minds to deliver the most innovative solutions.
You’re a worldwide non-profit that attracts those who are looking to make the world a better place, drawing on great people to solve world hunger.
Yet in all four cases, your intranet is out-of-date, poorly designed, hard to use, under-resourced and non-functional.
What message does this send to your staff?
It says: “we’re a powerful organisation that cares about customers, products and the world, but not about our staff.” In this modern age, is this something that you can afford?
[July article by James Robertson, read the full article]