Intranet Innovations 2012
The must-have annual report for all intranet teams. Sharing details on the 2012 winners of the global Intranet Innovation Awards and featuring 16 case studies and over 200 screenshots, 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.
Winners this year: Chr. Hansen (Denmark), Enter (Russia), Government of the Netherlands, The Judge Group (USA), NSW Dept of Education (Australia), Scott Corporation (Australia), Weston Solutions (USA), Urbis (Australia).
The Intranet Innovation Awards celebrate new ideas and innovative approaches to the enhancement and delivery of intranets.
Uniquely, these awards recognise individual intranet improvements, and not intranets as a whole. The awards are about improving all intranets, by sharing great ideas and increasing the pace of innovation across the whole of the intranet community.
Now in their sixth year, this is the strongest year of the awards yet. Use these ideas to gain senior management support and to deliver an ever-better intranet.
Snapshot of winners
Chr. Hansen (Denmark) cuts through the complexities of finding over 100,000 key product-related documents in a global business.
NSW Department of Education (Australia) takes a radically new approach to delivering a staff portal to over 140,000 staff, drawing on the best thinking from the web.
Enter (Russia) has used a social intranet with gamification to support the growth of their retail startup, as it builds its business throughout Russia.
Government of the Netherlands has created ‘Pleio’, an open-source intranet platform that has been used by many agencies and government bodies.
Weston Solutions (USA) has taken a fresh approach to the knowledge management idea of ‘lessons learnt’, by integrating it throughout their intranet and key business systems.
Urbis (Australia) gives life to ‘big data’, by providing senior managers with a commercial dashboard that helps to drive business success.
Scott Corporation (Australia) shows how the intranet can reach on-the-road staff such as truck drivers, to streamline a key business process, and improve stafety and compliance.
The Judge Group (USA) goes beyond the simple implementation of a mobile intranet, to deliver a mobile version of their key business system to in-the-field recruitment consultants.
Plus much more!
This year, the calibre of the entries was so strong that even the commended entries demonstrate leading practices. In addition to the gold award winners, the report provides full case studies for the following commended organisations:
- Local and global content integration, Skanska (Sweden)
- Zero Waste project and campaign, Luxottica Group (Italy)
- Social learning environment, Heineken International (Netherlands)
- Knowledge Exchange intranet, ClimateWorks Foundation (USA)
- Three column intranet and launch campaign, Coca-Cola Enterprises (US / UK)
- Mobile apps competition, Aviva (UK)
- Mobile intranet, Arup (UK)
- Bespoke social intranet, Stockland (Australia)
Hear what the Awards are all about
Obtain the insight
With winners across four categories (core functionality, business solutions, communication and collaboration and frontline delivery), there are valuable ideas for every intranet team.
The 210-page Intranet Innovations 2012 report shares the full results of the awards, including screenshots and details of the winning entries. Commended entries provide further insights and examples.
Using the report
The purpose of the Intranet Innovations report is to help you deliver a great intranet. It’s designed to be easy to dip into, to grab a screenshot or insight when needed.
The report can be used in many different ways:
- See what others have done, by browsing the huge number of screenshots screenshots and extensive case studies.
- Get inspiration for your project, uncovering new ideas or approaches that will increase the impact of your intranet.
- Strengthen a business case, by showing senior management what other organisations have already delivered, and what benefits they’ve gained.
- Benchmark your intranet, against innovative examples across a wide range of functionality.
- Accelerate your redesign, by drawing on emerging best practices from leading intranets.
- Use as a conversation starter, providing a starting point for discussions amongst all intranet stakeholders, including communications and IT.
- Avoid pitfalls and problems, by drawing on the lessons learned (and shared) by successful intranet projects.
- Move the intranet towards a digital workplace, by exploring the expanding horizon of what great sites can do.
- Plan the next steps for the intranet, and keep your site up-to-date with the leading edge of developments.
- Rebuild enthusiasm for the intranet, within the team and the whole organisation, via these inspirational examples.
Whether you’re in the middle of a major intranet redesign, or planning incremental improvements, the Intranet Innovations report is a must-have for all teams.
Enter next year’s awards
The 2013 Intranet Innovation Awards will open for entries in April 2013. As can be seen from this year’s winners, a diverse range of ideas from all types of organisations can win. Visit the Intranet Innovation Awards page to pre-register your name, and we’ll notify you when the awards open for submissions.
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Intranet Innovations 2012
The must-have annual report for intranet teams. Sharing details on the 2012 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 team’s next steps.
Browse the extensive collection of case studies and over 200 screenshots to see what other teams are up to, and to learn more about intranet best practices.
Intranet Innovations bundle
Running for six years, the Intranet Innovation Awards have gathered together a remarkable collection of intranet ideas and insights. Spanning the globe, and covering every aspect of intranets, the bundle is a vital resource for intranet teams.
For just $100 extra, get the complete collection of all six years of winners:
2012 winners: Chr. Hansen (Denmark), Enter (Russia), Government of the Netherlands, The Judge Group (USA), NSW Dept of Education (Australia), Scott Corporation (Australia), Weston Solutions (USA), Urbis (Australia)
2011 winners: Framestore (UK), CRS Australia (Australia), Lundbeck (Denmark), Arup (UK), Malmo Stad (Sweden), Alcatel-Lucent (France), ScottsMiracle-Gro (USA), Lafarge (France), Queensland University of Technology (Australia) and UK Parliament (UK).
2010 winners: Bennett Jones (Canada), Airways Corporation (New Zealand), AMP (Australia), Arup (UK), Framestore (UK), IMF (USA), MITRE (USA), Omron Europe (Netherlands) and Shepherd and Wedderburn (UK).
2009 winners: CRS Australia (Australia), IDEO (USA), IBM (USA), SunGard (USA/NZ), NYK Group (UK), Sabre (USA), COWI (Denmark), ChTPZ (Russia), Prophet (USA) and AEP (USA).
2008 winners: Fuller Landau (Canada), Syngenta (Switzerland), Swiss Post (Switzerland), Transfield Services (Australia), British Airways (UK), Scottrade (USA), Urbis (Australia), Janssen-Cilag (Australia) and YHA (UK).
2007 winners: Fiat (Italy), City of Casey (Australia), Environment Agency (UK), Perkins Eastman (USA), Nycomed (Switzterland/Denmark), SunGard AvantGard (USA/New Zealand) and QBE (Australia).