The impact of Intranets on Employee Engagement
In one of my previous articles I explored how to engage employees as contributors and users of the intranet. Increasingly discussions with non-information managers in organisations show they are more interested in using the potential of intranets to engage staff with each other and with the ethos of the organisation.
This is important in the day-to-day life of an organisation, when intranet tools can enhance the collaboration experience and excite staff to find ways of making the mission of their organisation a reality in face-to-face as well as virtual environments. But it becomes even more transformative when the organisation’s strategy is for change, and change managers hope to use the intranet as a lever for that change.
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