Explore the new wave of Intranets
The traditional understanding of the enterprise intranet revolves around one idea: Intranets are internal websites that help employees get work done.
This is a good baseline of what the purpose of an intranet should do, and ten years ago, it would have been a fairly comprehensive definition. But as intranets have continued to evolve, they’ve stumbled into a few major roadblocks, mostly owing to sub-par execution which has lowered their profile and clout in the workplace.
Here are a few of the most common issues that plague intranets:
- Information is difficult to find
- Staff cannot contribute sufficiently, making the intranet less interactive
- The intranet fails to actually help with the completion of work tasks
- Content is not kept up-to-date
- The design is lackluster
Here at Icreon, we frequently talk to businesses who have had bad experiences when implementing intranets, and we understand the realities that affect them. But there are ways to turn the tide in your favor when it comes to intranets, which requires us to adjust the ways in which we currently perceive them.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn how to build a more effective intranet for your business.