Intranet matters

An Intranet is no IT-Project – but what is it?

Published May 11, 2014 by
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Once upon a time Intranets were generally perceived to be IT projects. Trying to pursuade an Intranet Manager, let alone the IT department, that is isn’t so, was a though business back then. Today, the situation has changed and you can be show of an audience noding in agreement wherever you mention that an Intranet …

Collaboration – Just idle Chatter or Business-critical Core Capability?

Published January 31, 2014 by
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Even though collaboration (working together) is obviously a core capability for any organisation, it still has not really taken off in many companies. This keynote presentation from yesterday’s MatchPoint Snow Release Party looks at some of the reasons why, both from a strategic and a more operational perspective.

Optimierte Vorgehensweisen für Intranet-Projekte [DE]

Published September 23, 2013 by
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Herkömmliche IT-Projektvorgehensweisen waren noch nie ideale Ansätze für die Durchführung von Intranet-Projekten. Durch die deutliche Erweiterung von Intranets in Richtung digitaler Arbeitsplatz (“Digital Workplace”), hat sich dieses Phänomen nochmals deutlich verstärkt. Ein Intranet-Projektmanagement, das durch Wasserfall-artige Vorgehensweisen zu dicken Pflichtenheften und langwierigen Ausschreibungen führen, sind immer weniger erfolgsversprechend und noch weniger effizient.

Digital Workplace Framework – Presentation from Enterprise 2.0 Summit

Published April 19, 2013 by
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This is my presentation from the recent Enterprise 2.0 Summit 2013 in Paris that served as the basis for a discussion panel around approaches for the (technology) framework of a Digital Workplace and its challenges: http://de.slideshare.net/IntranetMatters/digital-workplace-framework

"Findability" – from isolated search functionality to organizational capability

Published February 13, 2013 by
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I’m currently re-working my slideset on “Enterprise Search and Information Architecture” for a series of seminars that will be starting next month (for German speakers, see: Kongress Media Akademie – Seminar zur Intranet-Suche). After shedding light into the current state of searching and finding in internal information systems like an Intranet (which is still really, …

Spark – taking Collaboration and Corporate Social Networking to a new Level at PwC

Published January 18, 2013 by
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Building the Digital Workplace by improving one work task at a time

Published October 18, 2012 by
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Many people are now somewhat familiar with the (basics of the) concept of the Digital Workplace (if you are new to this, you might consider reading our report on the Digital Workplace). Those who are familiar with it see the enormous potential it offers, but – quite naturally – also the effort, time and change …

What does the Digital Workplace actually look like?

Published February 23, 2012 by
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One of the most frequent questions I get from readers of our highly successful report “The Digital Workplace” (more than 1’000 registrations so far) is this: how does a Digital Workplace look like and where can I go and see one?

Hinter jedem gutem Intranet steckt… Leidenschaft!

Published December 20, 2011 by
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Hervorragende Intranets entstehen weder durch Zufall noch von alleine. In den vielen Jahren, in denen ich ungezählte Intranets kennen lernen durfte, ist mir ein Faktor immer wieder aufgefallen, der direkt mit dem Erfolg eines Intranets verknüpft zu sein scheint: die Leidenschaft des oder der Menschen, die für das entsprechende Intranet verantwortlich sind.

What industry experts say about the Digital Workplace report

Published November 1, 2011 by
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The whitepaper “THE DIGITAL WORKPLACE – Redefining Productivity in the Information Age” has gotten quite some attention in the market in the few weeks since its publication. From Norway to Indonesia, from New Zealand to Canada, from Spain to Vietnam – readers come from around the world and from organizations of all sizes and sectors.

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