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  1. Suzanne Burge

    Your analysis of the backgrounds of intranet managers misses out an important group who bring very useful skills to the role – information professionals. Most of us got into the job because we wanted to use our information management skills to make internal and external information readily accessible and support colleagues in doing their jobs efficiently.

  2. James Robertson

    Yes, librarians are an important group who are often running intranets! Sorry we ran out of space to add you onto the list…

    (We work with a number of library-based intranet teams, particularly in university contexts.)

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Published February 8, 2008

Cairo Walker
Cairo is a principal consultant at Step Two, based in Sydney. She mixes a focus on delivering enterprise information management solutions with five years of experience in the web agency world.

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