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Interactive course: Social intranet
Fire up employee engagement with a remodeled social intranet
Having trouble getting employees to read crucial stories on your intranet?
In a new training module, “Social intranets: The key to better morale, higher productivity, and practical ideas in your organization,” Shel Holtz shows how to fire up workers with social channels that made the Internet the most powerful educational and social tool ever.
With video, wikis, podcasts, blogs, Twitter-like microblogging, and employee “likes,” you’ll upgrade powerfully all communication behind the firewall.
It’s all about “technology populism”—giving employees on-the-job access to the digital tools they use every day outside their workplace, Holtz says.
Holtz’s “Social Intranets” teach how to turn your intranet from a snooze into a thriving center of innovation and collaboration. And you’ll create business value that wows the bigwigs.
- Organizations ranging from bakeries to computing giants transform communications behind the firewall—and measure the business results.
- Dell uses its Employee Storm to gauge internal opinion without wasting time and money on formal surveys.
- Intel wikis explain acronyms that newcomers are too shy to ask about.
- Allowing comments on all pages—even on set-in-concrete topics like your travel policy—can create a better-informed workforce.
Find out why a social intranet brings down marketing costs and the time required to get a product from concept to market.
To order or learn more about this path-breaking module, please click here.