Intranet matters

Digital Transformation of Work

A Digital Workplace, unlike traditional Intranets and isolated Social Collaboration platforms, can no longer focus on channels, features and the like, but has to center on the question how work is supposed to be like today and in the future.

With that question answered, digital technologies and agile approaches can enable new business potentials in order to thrive in an ever more competitive, connected and unpredictable world. We are happy to accompany you on that journey with our expertise.

Latest Blog Posts on Intranet Matters

Change that works

October 15, 2019

The realisation that the success of Digital Workplace projects mainly depends on the outcome of the associated changes in ways of working has now become widely accepted. Although the introduction of new tools often still trigger such projects (e.g. the replacement of an outdated intranet platform), change management and organizational change are almost always on …

(Deutsch) Wo geht die Digital Workplace Reise hin?

March 13, 2018

Sorry, this entry is only available in German.

(Deutsch) Ist der Digital Workplace nur ein weiteres System im IT-Sammelsurium?

October 17, 2017

Sorry, this entry is only available in German.

3 Options to test Intranet Information Archtecture [Quick Tip]

June 9, 2017

When it comes to making sure that your new Intranet navigation structure will be understood by users, tree testing is a must. The three main options to do this simple but effective usability technique are paper-based testing, commercial online tree testing tools and HTML- or prototyping tools. Even the simplest test is better compared to …

Collaboration doesn’t happen by itself!

June 6, 2017

The swiss text agency etextera has published an interview with Stephan Schillerwein about video conferencing, the state of collaboration tools in organisations and the huge still untapped potential in knowledge work and a more collaborative work culture. The interview in full (available in German language only): «Nur 20 Prozent der Unternehmen nutzen elektronische Tools für …