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  • Intranet Value Lies in Employee Satisfaction

    Intranet Value Lies in Employee Satisfaction

    Saying that intranet value is about how employees feel may seem counterintuitive -- surely it is about sales, profits and customers.

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  • Whats the Sweet Spot Between Intranets and ESNs

    What's the Sweet Spot Between Intranets and ESNs?

    A speaker at a recent intranet conference  declared “Intranets will be dead within five years.” He waited for the horrified gasp, but none came.

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  • Open Up Your Digital Workplace

    Open Up Your Digital Workplace

    Who works for your organization? Employees probably come to mind first, but usually there are also contractors, contingent or seasonal workers, some consultants, agencies that you outsource to, partner organizations or even whole service departments like payroll that are outsourced.

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  • Stay Alert The Future of the Activity Stream

    Stay Alert: The Future of the Activity Stream

    How do you keep track of everything going on that might affect your work? It’s probably a combination of internal and external social media, email, word of mouth and a whole range of other notifications, an approach that can be both ineffective and overwhelming.

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  • A dice with open-ended answers on each side.

    What a Digital Workplace Is and What It Isn't

    An effective digital workplace decouple work from physical locality and deliberately focuses on a more consumer-like employee experience.

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  • Exercise Your Intranet Muscles

    Buying an intranet platform is like buying gym equipment. You get very detailed instructions. You may even get a few slick videos and diagrams of sample exercises. But what you won't get is advice what program you should follow.

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  • What to Do When Yammer Adoption Stalls

    Plenty of companies have early success with Yammer. And then it stalls. Or they hit growing pains and the early enthusiasm wanes.

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  • When 'Work Like a Network' Won't Work

    Hierarchy has become the bogeyman of the "future of work" movement. Listen to some commentators, and it sounds as if the honest worker in the corporation is being oppressed by power-crazed managers, hoarding information like Gollum with a hangover.

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  • Strategies for a Mobile Intranet

    It’s taking a long time for many intranets to make the shift to mobile devices, despite the tidal shift to mobile in consumer behavior. There are signs of steady growth, for example Jane McConnell’s excellent Digital Workplace 2014 reported significant investments being made in enterprise mobile by 42 percent of the leading

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