Executives can play a crucial role in their intranet's success by promoting its importance, providing resources for content creation, leading by example, and allocating resources to maintain and improve the intranet. Here are ten ways executives can support their company intranet and ensure that it is an effective tool for achieving organizational goals.
You’ve spent months evaluating which platform is best for your organization. You're confident you have selected the right tool, and have a good plan for implementing it. But if you build it, will they come? Knowing your audience, tailoring the messaging, and timing your communications properly will help you have the best chance of success.
At the start of a new year, people tend to create resolutions for themselves, generally focused on things they want to do more, or less, of going forward. From new exercise regimens to kicking bad habits, these resolutions are typically focused on accomplishing new goals and overall self-improvement, providing a clean state to kick start their year. But why stop there?
So, you’ve made the decision to bring social collaboration to your enterprise. It’s a great choice that will net many gains for your team in global team engagement, communication, and managing content. As a leader you have objectives and targets in mind with your rollout. You will find lots of experts on social collaboration, both internal and external, in your endeavor.
Daniel Mudgett is an online community and systems expert who has led the implementation of multiple social collaboration and learning platforms. In this interview, Daniel talks about his experience implementing and managing a successful collaborative social intranet.