Remember when every unit, division and subsidiary in an organisation thought they needed their own web site? Local IT technicians with their own servers under the desks. Dreamweaver. First page always about the ”happy gang of 23 employees” eager to promote themselves. This was 15-20 years ago.
Does your intranet deliver? In order to know, the intranet team must conduct workplace observation, one-to-one interviews, measure actual usage and the end-users’ opinions.
Intranet content requires constant curation. It gives employees in the organization support and enhances efficiency when it’s written in the right way for the right target groups and sorted the right way in the structure. Stop taking care of the content and the intranet starts to deteriorate. Be a caring, loving curator and your intranet will thrive.
Here are ten content commandments I live by. Continue reading “Ten content commandments for intranet managers”
After a spring focusing on the theoretic parts of the new intranet (setting vision statement, mission statement, SMART goals, desired effects, defining target groups and so on) our intranet project is now getting into the visual design phase.
The last few months have resulted in a lot of wireframes exploring different ideas. Continue reading “If you put any executive “blah, blah, blah” in the way I will kill you”
3,5 months into the new job as the intranet manager at Region Skåne I’m on an exciting journey. Starting anew has been really fun—it is very satisfying to be able to work again full time with the thing I love the most: Intranets!