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If your current intranet is nothing more than a document graveyard then it’s about time you embrace today’s collaborative workspace. Social intranets are extremely organized, highly configurable, ...

If your current intranet is nothing more than a document graveyard then it’s about time you embrace today’s collaborative workspace. Social intranets are extremely organized, highly configurable, easily accessible across digital devices and provide easy ways to communicate and share knowledge across the organization. Take a look at the Why Your Intranet Needs To Go Social infographic to discover how your company can achieve social workspace greatness: http://ow.ly/t7o6K!!

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Why Your Intranet Needs to Go Social Infographic Transcript

  • 1. Why Your Intranet Needs to Go Social Traditional Intranets Are Obsolete! 54% THEY’RE DOCUMENT GRAVEYARDS. of employers indicated that some of their information, but not all of it is current. 72% of employers indicated that some of their information, but not all of it is current. 33% of organizations only offer basic information such as directory, calendar and company news. 100% THEY LACK SEGMENTATION. of employers indicated they wanted to offer their employees role-based (personalized) content & tools as part of their intranet. ` ` Office workers spend an average of THEY’RE INEFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION CHANNELS. 28 HOURS A WEEK reading and writing emails. 19% of employees working hours are spent searching for information needed to complete projects. Employees cannot share content. They can only consume posted content. 45% 20% THEY’RE NOT MOBILEACCESSIBLE. of organizations offer either no mobile or simply access to email. of organizations have mobile access to work tools for collaborative, HR and other task-related needs. Capture the Return on Going Social 90% 25% $ companies using social technologies report some business benefit from using them, such as cost savings due to increased productivity. increased worker productivity using social communication and collaboration tools 90% 37% estimate of Fortune 500 companies deploying enterprise social networks 30% of total time spent on email could be reduced by moving communication to a social intranet, freeing up 8% of employees workweek to focus on more important projects Engaged employees deliver a of employees are more likely to stay with their employer because they are actively engaged 5X higher shareholder return Social Digital Workspace Greatness 1. 2. ACCELERATE KNOWLEDGE SHARING ENCOURAGE INFORMAL LEARNING Encourage employees to leverage collective skills and immediately apply them to their everyday work. Offer access to quick and informal learning tools videos and gamification. 3. LEVERAGE YOUR INTERNAL EXPERTS MORE EFFECTIVELY Provide easy access to the people who will put the right skills and knowledge at employees’ fingertips. 4. GET WORK DONE Transform old ways of working and communicating to a new way of digital collaboration, contribution to innovation and real time feedback, accessible at anytime from anywhere. Sources: http://www.mckinsey.com/insights/high_tech_telecoms_internet/the_social_economy http://www.wired.com/insights/2013/11/the-rise-of-the-enterprise-social-consultant/ https://www.constellationr.com/research http://www.netjmc.com/digital-workplace/digital-workplace-trends-2013-executive-summary/ http://socialtext.com