Is your intranet a data dump?

March 5th, 2012 by worddrive Leave a reply »

I’ve just been reading about two hospitals that have revamped and renewed their intranets, from awkward storage for everyone’s documents to truly interactive sites. In one case they had some cash and could bring in a consultant.

In the other case they were able to form a team and get the work done. Usage leapt skyward and so did the numbers of announcements people wanted included at the sites–a sure sign of significant improvement.

And in one case the hospital made its daily employee e-newsletter into an intranet feeder–making the best use of both website and email. After all, what could be better than the full, integrated power of technology for sharing news?

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