Job Role Content—”Rocket Fuel” For Your Intranet

If you run an intranet in a big organization, you probably need to explore intranet personalization, tailoring and targeting, because the ordinary employee doesn’t need 14,000 pages for getting the work done.

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Moments of truth—and the relevance of your intranet

Take a long, hard look at this photo. This is the core business in Region Skåne, my organisation.

The patient in the bed (a small child) and this nurse, along with 27,999 additional healthcare staff, is the primary reason why Region Skåne exists. This photo embodies the organisational mission—to treat patients and to save lives.

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Let the end-users have the last say on the intranet content structure

An eternal battle for the intranet team is the content structure.

Every information sender and stakeholder has an opinion about where a page should be in the navigation. Often, you hear things like “The HR manager thinks this page should be a new section tab!”, “We demand that you use exactly this word as a label and it must be put directly under ‘Self service’!”, or “I have decided this must be in the ‘Governing documents’ section!”. Continue reading “Let the end-users have the last say on the intranet content structure”

The “mobile first” intranet (part 2)

Have you heard the web design term “Mobile first”? It’s a concept where you start with the smallest screen size you want to deliver content to, and then you work your way up.

(This is part 2 in a series about how to build a Mobile first intranet. You can find part 1 here.) Continue reading “The “mobile first” intranet (part 2)”