Through six stages our new eWorkbook details the individual steps you need to take towards developing a good business case for a social intranet, and gives relevant tips and tricks to help you achieve this goal. This blog post will go through the fifth and sixth stages.
One of the most important factors in prudent data collection is the proper integration and standardization of said data. Without organising customer data properly it may become impossible to efficiently examine data in order to help determine/influence further business practices.
Our eWorkbook, 6 step guide for a social intranet business case, is an insightful methodology which aims to provide readers with a comprehensive guide to establishing a compelling business case for their social intranet strategy. This blog post is the third in a series of four, discussing some of the most important items within the guide.
Our eWorkbook, 6 step guide for a social intranet business case, is an insightful methodology which aims to provide readers with a comprehensive guide to establishing a compelling business case for their social intranet strategy. This blog post is the second in a series of four, discussing some of the most important items within the guide.
Want to start building a business case for a social intranet? Read the blog to find out more.
Employee collaboration is key to improving productivity. But where do you start? Here's what you need to know to hep employees to collaborate effectively.
A key goal of intranets today is to streamline company processes to ensure efficiency of the workforce. For every 1% increase in employee engagement, the ROI for social intranets increased by 100%. Here are the intranet social tools you need to consider.
Social media has changed many aspects of our working lives. Here's what you need to know about using social media in intranets.
A few short years ago it was thought that mobile and tablets would eventually replace desktop and laptop PCs altogether. This may very well happen in coming years, as more productivity-centred tablets appear on the market. For the most part however, at work we tend to use more than one device to access all manner of tasks. And employees expect to be able to do this with little in the way of fuss, especially since BYOD took off.
Few things are more crucial to the success of a business than efficiency. Wasted resources, time and effort are a drag on both productivity and profits. Discover how to use team workspaces with social features to improve collaboration and productivity, via an intranet or similar solution.
Managing risk while building a digital business is an important skill for organizations to develop, and agile governance is a business discipline that is evolving to address this need. However, it is ultimately the responsibility of the executive team to ensure that risk is managed effectively to protect both the business and its customers in the changing digital landscape.
How employee engagement can improve morale and company productivity.
Start taking advantage of online forms and automated workflows to improve efficiency and productivity.
Collaboration has been described as “the essence of team work and probably the most important reason businesses build teams in the first place.” In this article, we look at key challenges and strategies to overcome them, as well as enterprise collaboration tools to help your organisation.
We are in the midst of a major shift in consumers’ expectations. Today the emerging baseline expectation from customers is that they will interact with a company and its products on their own terms.
We have moved into an age where many people in the western world have an internet-connected smartphone or tablet in their hands most of the time. This change in the adoption and use of mobile technology together with always on connectivity is changing the way our customers expect us to do business with them.
Is a company that has a strong corporate social responsibility (CSR) reputation more likely to be a better user of digital media?
We’ve all heard of the adage ‘knowledge is power’. This is true for the workplace as well and the reason why knowledge management is important for collaboration and success.
Want to build a productive and engaging site? You need a good content management system (CMS) that offers these 5 qualities.
Discover how to connect, communicate and collaborate effectively with your colleagues.
Web standards can seem complicated. In this article, we break it down and explain web standards in plain English.
You may have heard the term Enterprise Web Content Management thrown around. What is it and why is it important? Read on to find out.
Finding the right content management system (CMS) for your needs can be the difference between success and failure. Here is a CMS checklist of key requirements to look for.
86 percent of marketers said social media was pivotal for business. Discover how a Social Feed within a CMS can contribute to business success.
Before you get started on your strategy, you need to know two key areas thoroughly in order to effectively target your users and tailor your content to suit. These are your target audience and the goals of the business.
Content and its management has become increasingly important to the enterprise in recent years. This is especially true due to the changes that we’ve seen take place over the course of the past decade when it comes to social, local and mobile (SoLoMo).
Data can be thought of as the lifeblood of every organisation and it can be used to the good in every business. Its power can enable us to gain a better understanding of our customers as well as better productivity and revenues.
Businesses that offer a high level of customer satisfaction will reap the benefits in terms of revenue and reputation. But what makes for a good customer experience?
It’s that time of year again when many of the world’s leading market research companies bring out all of the statistics on the state of the market in the previous year. For marketers, this is highly useful for spotting trends across the industry and helping to further fine tune this year’s content marketing strategy.
Google has announced that changes to its algorithms are to come into play on April 21st aimed at rewarding those sites that are mobile friendly by improving rankings.
Did you know enterprises that implement social networks and technologies can improve employee productivity by as much as 20-25%. Here's how you can start.
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