Monday, 2nd February 2009
Intranets abound, but are they really fulfilling their promise? Patrick Walsh believes that intranets are a vastly under-utilised resource, so much so that this era could be termed ‘Intranet Zero'. In this first part of a three-part series, Walsh talks about the reasons for unfulfilled potential in intranet design and points the way forward to more effective intranet design.
Every time you have a conversation with a different colleague, just ask them if they ever use the intranet. If they answer 'yes', ask what they mainly use it for. From my own experience, I'll guarantee that the majority of answers you get will be along the lines of 'Just time sheets and holidays and things like that'. So what about all of that other 'stuff' in the intranet?'
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