It’s a common question, often asked, with no perfect answer: “What’s the right formation for my intranet team?” The response will differ each time and is defined by many criteria, not least your budget, the size of the organisation and the skills available to you.
The Human Resources Department has a lot at stake in the success of an intranet. By making information and forms accessible through the intranet, HR frees up a lot of its time enabling them to focus on more value-added tasks. Useful HR content also increases employee satisfaction.
Lack of participation is one of the main problems of intranets. A good way to increase intranet participation is by understanding what motivates people to participate in the first place.
Jive uses “gamification,” which is the use of game-design techniques, game-type thinking and mechanics to make non-gaming environments — such as enterprise intranets — more interesting.
Job searches in 2012 are significantly different than just a few years ago. One of the main differences is that many job searchers are using social networks more than ever before.
Social tools debuting at the enterprise level face many pitfalls that can derail even the best laid plans.
This year, a very interesting trend in collaborative innovation can be observed in Central Europe: The once distinct concepts of “Enterprise 2.0” and “Open Innovation” are merging.
In large part, the growth in mobile devices was the beginning of the end for desktop applications. For years, developers were able to target Windows and reach almost all users. Widespread smartphone adoption and mobile internet access have upset this paradigm.