Intranet Innovation Awards

The Intranet Innovation Awards are global awards that celebrate new ideas and innovative approaches to the enhancement and delivery of intranets. The goal is to find these remarkable solutions, and to share them with the wider community.

The 2015 Award winners have been announced!

Step Two is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2015 Intranet Innovation Awards, and this year winners come from the USA, UK, Denmark, the Netherlands and Singapore.

Obtain the Intranet Innovations annual report for full details on all the winners and commended entries.

We also presented a webinar featuring a live walkthrough, and you can watch the webinar recording.

Key themes for 2015

  • Smaller organisations deliver great intranets too
  • Digital workplaces aren’t constrained by an intranet mindset
  • Organisations are reimagining the way they resource teams
  • Enterprise mobility has hit a speed bump
  • Intranets and external digital channels are converging
  • Central teams empower site managers by innovating

2015 Awards explorer

Use the filters below to explore the remarkable winners of this year’s Awards:


Fish & Richardson: Empowering attorneys on the go
Barclays Bank: Empowering staff to manage their learning
GSK: Driving brand compliance on the intranet
City of West Torrens: Creating a modern and effective intranet
BNY Mellon: Changing user behaviour with big data
Singapore Management University: Thinking creatively to deliver a great intranet
Prestige Financial: Improving findability to transform a process
TAFE Queensland: Forging a new organisational identity
MITRE: Creating responsive organisation pages
Bureau Nationale Ombudsman: Creating a user-centred digital workplace
Robin Partington & Partners: Evolving a powerful digital workplace
BGC Engineering: Addressing short-term resourcing needs
Danske Bank: Making an IT helpdesk portal user-centric

Latest updates from the Awards

  • Why winning an #intranet award matters

    Running an intranet can be a lonely and difficult task. The rest of the organisation has no idea of what you do (and why it's important), and the work of intranet folks in other organisations is equally hidden away. The isolated nature of intranets is also one of the main reasons for the slow pace of...

  • New "explorers" for our unique knowledgebase

    For 15 years, we've published best-practice articles, building up the single largest intranet knowledgebase on the web. For almost ten years, the Intranet Innovation Awards has surfaced leading-edge ideas and approaches. The challenge in recent years has been to find the one right article or Award winner amongst all this great stuff! To help, we've just launched...

  • Agile, the digital workplace and an intranet showcase (KMWorld 2015, Washington DC)

    Yet again, Step Two took to the stage at KMWorld, held in Washington DC in November 2015. I gave two presentations, as well as handing over trophies to the US winners of the Intranet Innovation Awards, in front of the full conference audience. I had many requests for the slides (including the screenshots!), so here they...

  • Free Intranet Innovation Awards webinar -- next week!

    Most intranets are struggling to work out their purpose, and how they're going to deliver benefits. What if the intranet was established as a business tool soon after the birth of the organisation itself, with it evolving as the business grows? This is the journey that Shaula Zanchi from Robin Partington & Partners will share during...

  • Winners of the 2015 Intranet Innovation Awards!

    Step Two is thrilled to announce the winners of the 2015 Intranet Innovation Awards, the global competition celebrating leading edge intranets and digital workplaces. All around the world, intranet, collaboration and digital workplace teams are building solutions and channels that are helping staff improve the way they work. Key themes to emerge this year are: Smaller organisations deliver...

Annual reports

The Intranet Innovations reports provide an annual showcase of the present and future of intranets. Packed with screenshots and insights, they are a must-have for all intranet teams. With dozens of ideas both large and small, every team will find something that will excite management or guide immediate design decisions.

Product-IIA2015-Small-2Intranet Innovations 2015 annual report

The must-have annual report for all intranet teams. Sharing details on this year’s winners of the global Intranet Innovation Awards, it gives insight into the leading edge of intranets. Use the report to build support with senior management, and to guide planning for the intranet team’s next steps. Read more

Intranet Innovations bundleIntranet Innovations bundle

A package containing all nine Intranet Innovations reports (2007-2015), providing a remarkable resource for intranet teams. The package comprises over 1,200 pages, including 73 winners and 54 commended entries. Winners come from across the globe, and cover a huge range of ideas and approaches. Read more

More about the Awards

The Intranet Innovation Awards are run yearly, and are backed up by a panel of global judges, as well as a solid scoring methodology.

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“It was great to win the award, especially bearing in mind calibre of the other competitors and previous winners. We’re lucky to have a really supportive environment here at the University of Liverpool, but there’s something extra special about external validation.

“Since winning the award we’ve been invited to talk about our experiences both in the UK and overseas, so it’s given us a great opportunity to fly the flag for the innovative work being carried out by our Mobile Development team.”

Paul Hagan, UI & Mobile Development Team Leader, University of Liverpool (UK)