The intranet flattens at the speed of business. Organizations continuously pave two-way streets among well-informed, engaged employees. Agility and mobility bend and reform with change. And a site’s beauty lies in the eye of the beholder, filled with experiences unique and dynamic to each person.
In this episode, Chris and I chat with three intranet experts to unveil insights and best practices for planning, designing and implementing a new, beautiful, functional, engaging, personalized SharePoint-based intranet. We chat with Sue Hanley, Melissa Torres and Matt Wolodarsky on subjects like information architecture and the new flat world of SharePoint sites structuring, design possibilities, how to scale roll out with both executive buy-in and end user adoption – plus insights into what’s next.
OK, envision your future intranet, grab your favorite productivity-enhancing headphones … and … off to the show:
Left to right [The Intrazone guests]: Susan Hanley | President of Susan Hanley LLC; Information Architect; Portal, Knowledge Management, and SharePoint consultant + Microsoft MVP, Melissa Torres | senior program manager on the SharePoint engineering team, and Matt Wolodarsky, senior program manager on the SharePoint team.
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