Reflections
Martin White
Managing Director, Intranet Focus Ltd.
martin.white@intranetfocus.com
Agenda
• A view from 1998
•...
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www.echoditto.com
Task-based
Supports business tasks
Customised for roles
People-focused
Connecting people
Respecting cu...
Information management
• In 2000 the Meta Group developed an information
management maturity model
– Level 1 Aware: The or...
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Ending Keynote by Martin White of Intranet Focus on 21 May at Intranätverk 2014 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Martin summarises what he feels were the most important outcomes of the presentations and discussions to provide delegates with an agenda for actions when they return to their desktops. He also comments on topics that he noticed were not covered in the presentations but which he feels are important for intranet managers to take note of.

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Intranätverk 2014 reflections

  1. 1. Reflections Martin White Managing Director, Intranet Focus Ltd. martin.white@intranetfocus.com Agenda • A view from 1998 • Intranets and large buildings • Six core elements of a successful intranet • Search, browse and monitor • Lessons learned from today • Towards the digital workplace
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  3. 3. ? www.echoditto.com Task-based Supports business tasks Customised for roles People-focused Connecting people Respecting culture Real-time Ease of publishing Social channels Location-independent Any time, any where Mobile access Open-door Intuitive Single point of entry Team-oriented Virtual teams Collaboration Based on the Global Intranet Trends Report 2011 with the permission of Jane McConnell Task-based Supports business tasks Customised for roles People-focused Connecting people Respecting culture Real-time Ease of publishing Social channels Location-independent Any time, any where Mobile access Open-door Intuitive Single point of entry Team-oriented Virtual teams Collaboration Based on the Global Intranet Trends Report 2011 with the permission of Jane McConnell Search Browse Monitor
  4. 4. Information management • In 2000 the Meta Group developed an information management maturity model – Level 1 Aware: The organisation has no common information practices – Level 2 Reactive: Certain departments do have approaches to managing information assets – Level 3 Proactive: The organisation has a significant degree of information management maturity, led by IT – Level 4 Managed : The business takes responsibility for information quality – Level 5 Optimal: Policy of continual improvement in an enterprise- wide strategy that places information as an asset alongside financial, material and personnel assets Information as an asset Optimised Managed Proactive Reactive Aware No awareness Majority Early adopters 1% 5% 25% 49% 26% 17% 31% 24% 27% 6% 48% From The Digital Workplace in the ConnectedOrganisation 2014 © NetStrategy/JMC and used with permission http://www.digital-workplace-trends.com Questions? Martin.white@intranetfocus.com @intranetfocus

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