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Web 2.0 implications for corporate intranets

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Web 2.0 Implication for Corporate Intranets

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  • Been using this for years, resonates well with the executive sweet. One year and half ago it was published, If you are not, you are behind the curve
  • Sony’s president blog, not to big, or too long. Big complaints from communicators is that our president doesn’t have time to blog, it doesn’t need to be that long. 200-250 words. Post comments, employees and respond. Can even submit ideas
  • Thompson Reuters, even a video, 50K employees and everyone can blog, status bar ala facebook and twitter. Can choose from over 400 blogs to have show-up on your homepage widgetThomsonReuters intranet home, using ALUI (now Oracle)
  • From to build blog
  • Start my own blog at Siemens
  • Tag cloud at Siemens
  • What about encouringing blogging. Blog Muse by IBM encourages
  • Thoughtfarmer,
  • Engineering laboratories, thougth farmer, recent activity, comments, news on the left
  • Built on Episerver, almost all social media, tag, cloud, bulleting board, blog entries, customizable quick links. A Social intranet, multiple social media tools integrated into the home pageIntranet case study: NNE Pharmaplan (site is powered by EpiServer, community built on Relate+)Simply put: We are the world’s leading consulting and engineering company in the complex field of pharma and biotech.If you just count the consulting and engineering companies that focus solely on pharma and biotech, we are in fact the largest. Headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, NNE Pharmaplan employs close to 2,000 employees in 27 locations around the world.-          Any other anecdots or feedback that can attest to the success to date?  When we launched the social media we in the project team were surprised how many that actually started to write blog posts and forum entries. It has "cooled" down a little now but is frequently used several people. It is good to see that the Chinese colleagues also are active. I'm not sure but for me it seems that the American colleagues are not so visible and active. I have no statistics, just a "gut feeling".There is a part of the community we call COI, Community of Interest. Some of these groups are very active and others less. We can see several examples of colleagues posting a question or problem in a forum and not long time after there are up to several comments and answers.A little cute story could be when I created a group called Cross Country Communication and just after a short time the first entry appeared and it was about why this person have the initials she had (all employees have initials made from letters in your name). She explained how they name each other in Spain and suddenly there was 6 others from different countries that explained how it worked in their country. Nothing to do with core business but something that can make us feel more like friends and get a bit closer, even if we physically are located in Denmark, China or some where else...The challenge now is how to collect all the good stuff that are created in blogs, forums etc and to make it visible to others that is not using the system so frequently and so it doesn't drown in the large amount of data created. We like to have a Community Gardner...and we have a loooong list of ideas we like to implement for the next version....Contact: Ingo Johansson, Web Consultant, Global IT Development, INGO@nnepharmaplan.comNNE PharmaplanVandtårnsvej 108 - 110DK-2860 Søborg, DenmarkMobile: +45 3079 2340Fax: +45 4444 3777www.nnepharmaplan.com
  • My groups, more interactive than S.P.An area that works well in the community is Groups. Everybody can create a group and it can be more or less work related. There is a part that's called COI (Community of Interest) that covers different diciplines in the company. The screen dump example is a Cross Cultural Communication group where a small thing like different lastnames created lot of interest.
  • User rating, like it, 51% are using S.P. 2007/2010 for their social media tools
  • Consejo, intranet, tab structure S.P. 2007, news and video features, participate in the discussion, search message board (dedicated), right hand column, submit a file to the intranet, elementary social intranet. being able to submit content and personalization to me as an individual
  • More involved social intranet: At Work, wikis, polls, discussion forums, blogs, content, users can post content 1-5 star scale, can even search out content on wikiLumbia (by rating most reviewed, recently discussed), and blogs. Combination of push such as news and social media, discussing of news blogs, wikis. Notice on quick poll introduces a number of subjects and can search recent polls by links. Do more, videos,
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    • 1. Carmine Porco - Prescient Digital Media
      Web 2.0 Implications for Corporate Intranets
    • 2. Work with clients to plan, deliver & measure successful intranet and Internet sites
      Who is this guy?
    • 3. MyWorkspace
    • 4. Agenda
      Agenda
      Blogs
      Wikis
      Social Networking
      The Social Intranet
      Planning 2.0
      Q & A
    • 5. What is Social Media
      Erik Qualman: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhPgUcjGQAw
    • 6. At least one intranet 2.0 tool
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010
      87%
      Mashups up 75%
      Employee networking up 42%
    • 7. Blogs
    • 8. “For companies, resistance to social media is futile.
      Your competitors are already there.
      Catch up… or catch you later.”
      (Business Week, February 19, 2009)
      Your Competition
    • 9. Blog Deployment
      Up 18%
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010
      53%
      18% enterprise deployment
      35% limited deployment
      8% have no plans
    • 10. http://www.fannysurjana.com
    • 11. ThomsonReuters Intranet
      Compliments of ThomsonReuters
    • 12. Choose Blogs (subscribe)
      Compliments of ThomsonReuters
    • 13. ThomsonReuters
      Compliments of ThomsonReuters
    • 14. Strictly Confidential © 2009 Prescient Digital Media Not For Distribution
    • 15. Anyone can blog – Siemen’s
      Mitarbeiter-Weblogs beider Siemens AG, KarsetnEhms, Siemens AG / Corporate Technology, 2007-09-28 http://www.slideshare.net/kpehms/employee-blogging-siemens
    • 16. Find blogs by tag, search or alpha
      Mitarbeiter-Weblogs beider Siemens AG, KarsetnEhms, Siemens AG / Corporate Technology, 2007-09-28 http://www.slideshare.net/kpehms/employee-blogging-siemens
    • 17.
    • 18. IBM
      Strictly Confidential © 2009 Prescient Digital Media Not For Distribution
    • 19. Wikis
    • 20. Wiki deployment
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010
      Up 4%
      49%
      17% enterprise deployment
      34% limited deployment
      11% have no plans
    • 21. Strictly Confidential © 2010 ThoughtFarmer Not For Distribution
    • 22. Strictly Confidential © 2010 ThoughtFarmer Not For Distribution
    • 23. Strictly Confidential © 2009 Prescient Digital Media Not For Distribution
    • 24. Employee Networking
    • 25. Employee networking
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010
      Up 42%
      27%
      13% enterprise deployment
      14% limited deployment
      19% have no plans
    • 26. EA People – My Profile
      Bert Sandie & Erin Browes, Electronic Arts, Inc., Designing it Right! Electronic Arts Case Study © 2009 EA
    • 27. EA People – My Profile
      Bert Sandie & Erin Browes, Electronic Arts, Inc., Designing it Right! Electronic Arts Case Study © 2009 EA
    • 28. EA People – My Profile
      Bert Sandie & Erin Browes, Electronic Arts, Inc., Designing it Right! Electronic Arts Case Study © 2009 EA
    • 29.
    • 30.
    • 31. Deloitte (Microsoft SharePoint)
      Source: “D Street Story”, Intranet Insider
    • 32. The Social Intranet
    • 33. The Social Intranet
      An intranet that features multiple social media tools for most or all employees
      Multiple social media tools with at least some or limited exposure (optional) from the main intranet or portal home page
      Woven into most aspects of content consumption
    • 34. http://sharepointdazzle.blogspot.com/
    • 35. Strictly Confidential © 2010 Prescient Digital Media Not For Distribution
    • 36. Planning for Intranet 2.0
    • 37. Replacement and Reassessment
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010
      57%
      27% in 6 months
      30% in 6 months to 1 year
      12% in 1 to 3 years
      30% have no plans
    • 38. Overall satisfaction
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010, Preliminary Data
      39%
      18% rate tools as poor / very poor
      35% executive satisfaction
    • 39. Barriers to entry
      Intranet 2.0 Global Study 2010, Preliminary Data
      32%
      Lack of a business case
      31% cite executive support
      26% addressing internal policy concerns
    • 40. Planning for Intranet 2.0
      An intranet is a process, not an event
      Know how to measure within your business
      Start with a metrics-driven plan
      Support with strategy and governance
      You can’t miss what you can’t measure
    • 41. Strictly Confidential © 2009 Prescient Digital Media Not For Distribution
      Intranet Methodology
      S T R I C T L Y C O N F I D E N T I A L
      41
    • 42. 9 Recommendations
      Leadership– Senior management must set the tone
      Plan– Planning is an essential requisite for success
      Benchmark– Understand the ingredients of a good blog, wiki
      Engage– gather input and feedback from employees early in the planning process; act quickly on necessary changes
      Governance– every tool needs an owner and a policy
    • 43. 9 Recommendations
      Technology – don't be sold a solution, evaluate and select a 2.0 solution based on business requirements & needs
      Refresh – keep your content and tools relevant and fresh
      Monitor – Ensure you’re aware of which 2.0 websites are popular, how they work & what users like/dislike
      Measure – Document the link between social media & the business & develop & track KPIs
    • 44. www.PrescientDigital.com
    • 45. How to get the report
    • 46. Q & A
    • 47. 47
      Carmine PorcoGeneral Manager & V.P.Prescient Digital Media
      cporco@prescientdigital.com
      www.PrescientDigital.com
      www. IntranetBlog.com
      www.Twitter.com/carmineporco
      www.Communexions.com

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