Re: Intranet Consultants? #intranet #consulting

Hamish Tacey

SharePoint is a pretty easy to use extranet. If you set it up properly from the start, then it's a good  km tool. Takes time though and architecture design. 

On Mon, 18 July 2022, 17:16 Madeleine Du Toit, <mdutoit@...> wrote:
I've used SharePoint to build out our intranet and knowledge management base. The new SharePoint online is so easy to use and they have stunning templates to get you started. 
Take a look at their lookbook for inspiration

We now surface knowledge that is needed by the individuals with a much better interface and look and feel than ever before 

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Subject: Re: [SIKM] Intranet Consultants? #intranet #consultants
I would talk to Luis Suarez for collaboration / Intranet.
Paul Corney for knowledge management
John Hovell for knowledge retention, organizational transformation, etc
Kurt Kragh Sorensen will know more on tools and integrations

More challenging response would be to drive the new Intranet from your organization's demand and not the IT team's desire to update it.
Internal users / customers could teach you a lot about their expectations from a new intranet as well. 

Bart Verheijen
+31 6 19 342 603


Op ma 18 jul. 2022 om 15:53 schreef Rory Huston <roryhuston@...>:
Hi. Our IT team are considering an update of our intranet, and wondered who would be good to talk to to get a feel for the state of the art?
The word "intranet" conjures up stale publishing pages, but a modern intranet is probably deeply linked into tools such as Teams etc to achieve more interesting and alive governance.  
Does anyone have recommendations of folks to talk to, who can help shape a brief?

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