An intranet vision is the starting point, but a strategy is still needed showing how to get there.
Articles tagged: strategy
Organisations need to quickly start planning their support for bring your own (mobile) device.
This article outlines a checklist of items to address when developing an intranet project plan.
The digital workplace offers a compelling vision of the future, but the right foundations must be in place.
While broadly like any other intranet project, SharePoint intranets bring unique opportunities and challenges.
Rather than thinking of the intranet as a once-off ‘product’, consider it an ongoing ‘service’ to the business.
Mobile devices are changing the consumer landscape, and organisations must have an enterprise strategy to keep in the game.
At any given point, intranet teams must be able to describe: where we’ve been, what we’re doing, and what comes next.
By planning projects carefully from the outset, intranet teams can build a strong business case.
Intranet business cases need to beyond dry numbers and recommendations, and target emotions and key business needs.
If intranets are to achieve their full potential, intranet teams must go beyond just reducing frustration.
Managing the intranet through the cycles of boom and bust that are inevitable in our organisations and economies.
ABCD for intranets is a step-by-step tool that can be applied at any time and then used for the continual refinement and improvement of the intranet.
This methodology provides intranet teams with a new and powerful approach to planning intranet improvements.
All too often, 18-24 month information management strategies fail to deliver benefits, but there is an alternative.
Explores a number of approaches that can be taken to build innovative intranets, all of which move intranet teams beyond just maintaining their current sites.
To be truly effective, intranets need to address three fundamental purposes: content, communication and activity.
Intranet teams should be guided by two words when planning intranet activities: tangible and visible.
An intranet concept is a single sheet of paper which outlines where the intranet is at, where it is going, and what it will deliver in the short-term.
This article uses two case studies to explore when to select a portal, and when a content management system would be more appropriate.
This article provides 10 words that describe successful intranets, including: innovative, productive and collaborative.
There are several key categories of documents that should be targeted as part of information management projects, while other documents can be ignored.
Effective information management is not easy. This article outlines 10 critical success factors that address organisational, cultural and strategic issues.
There are two main approaches to redeveloping an intranet: a big bang and evolution.
Case study (July 2005)
This case study presents the findings from five intranet reviews across a range of organisations, each with very different results.
The challenge is to deliver sufficient intranet content and capabilities, within the time and resource constraints. This briefing outlines a simple approach for balancing these factors.
A successful knowledge management strategy must identify the key needs and issues within the organisation, and provide a framework for addressing these.
This article outlines a phased approach to creating a new corporate intranet when organisations merge, following the progress of the merger itself.
A successful intranet ensures that: staff needs are met, and the content creation processes are supported.
Review of the Hunter Health intranet, which generated a wealth of strategic and tactical recommendations.
Outlines a disciplined approach to re-invigorating a corporate intranet, making it deliver real business benefits.