What makes an award-winning intranet?
We know a thing or two about award winning intranets, having won the Nielsen Norman Award for Best Intranet Design for four of the last five years.
Everyone knows what a good intranet should have, but how do you put the theory into practice to create an award-winning intranet? We’re starting the year off with a webinar to share the knowledge, hints and tips that we've learnt over the past 10 years. We'll help you shape your intranet business strategy – creating a long-term, sustainable business case of why Intranets matter.
What are we covering?
- dorma+kaba's award-winning intranet built on Unily
- The importance of people to the success of an intranet
- How to manage content to keep it relevant and current
- Driving adoption during launch
- Effective governance to drive consumption
- Where to take your intranet project next
Why should you watch?
Get a jump start on the improvements you can make to ensure your intranet success.
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