Get help with delivering a modern intranet

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While intranets are almost universal in organisations, most have grown organically over time. The result is a haphazard mix of great functionality, and dated elements.

What’s needed is a strategy that provides a direction and roadmap for delivering a modern intranet. We blend insights from staff and stakeholders with our unique intranet knowledge, to deliver insightful and practical findings.

Our intranet services are vendor agnostic, and informed by 20+ years of in-depth experience.

Essential intranets are an integral part of daily working practices, and they directly support the core business of the organisation.

(Read more in Essential intranets: inspiring sites that delivery value)

The challenge

The central role of intranets within organisations makes it hard to know where to go next:

  • the nature of intranets is changing radically, such as the rise of social and mobile
  • new technology platforms are introducing many new features
  • the entire organisation is a stakeholder for the intranet
  • competing opinions and priorities make it hard to develop a coherent plan
  • not being able to see what other organisations are doing, makes it hard to find best practices

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How we can help

We can help with every aspect of intranets:

  • Conducting user research (needs analysis) to identify opportunities and challenges, going beyond just “asking staff what they want”.
  • Engaging with stakeholders to ensure alignment of business needs with intranet plans.
  • Developing an intranet strategy and roadmap, providing a concrete plan to deliver a modern intranet.
  • Establishing a business case for a new intranet platform and solution.
  • Determining a new design and navigation, through the use of best-practice user experience (UX) techniques.
  • Creating strategies and designs for mobile intranets, meeting the needs of field and frontline staff.
  • Integrating social and collaboration into intranet strategies, plans and designs (read more about our social expertise).
  • Establishing effective intranet governance, that engages the entire organisation and ensures the intranet will be sustainable for the long term.
  • Help to select a new technology platform for the intranet (read more about our technology expertise).

Case study: Creating a new staff intranet at University of Sydney

CaseStudy-SydneyUni

The project to deliver Sydney University’s first staff intranet was a daunting one, potentially requiring huge amounts of content to be reworked, restructured and migrated. The key to success was a targeted project plan, a disciplined approach, and excellent stakeholder engagement. Read more »

A few of our clients

What our clients say

Step Two worked hard to truly understand our business and the unique challenges we faced in developing a group-wide intranet for a very diverse workforce. Their knowledge and expertise helped us deliver a strong platform that not only meets our needs now, but is flexible enough to grow with our organisation into the future. Their tailored approach to working with us and their insights into what we wanted to achieve played a critical role in the successful intranet launch.

- Holly Payne, Group Intranet Manager, The National Roads & Motorists’ Assocation

As a one person intranet team, I personally have found Rebecca’s support, mentoring and guidance invaluable. Her broad experience with all things intranet, coupled with her experience in working with many different companies and cultures lends itself to anyone who needs first-class advice and assistance. Rebecca also runs web writing workshops for our staff – many of whom have responded well to Rebecca and her style of teaching and sharing knowledge. I highly recommend working with Rebecca. Your project, your intranet and your professional development will be so much better for it!

- Kristy Long, Intranet Manager and Staff Communications Consultant, Energex

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