What’s the role of an intranet in the modern workplace? What does the modern workplace now look like?
The days of an intranet as the one-stop-shop internal website have long gone. But as our ways of working, and the make-up of our workforces change, it’s not always clear what the scope of a contemporary intranet should be.
Watch this webinar recording with Sam Marshall of ClearBox Consulting, as he untangles the various purposes of an intranet with SocialChorus chief strategy officer and co-founder Nicole Alvino. Together they will look at how the needs of a mobile, deskless and contingent workforce can be met.
- What the relationship should be between intranets and other digital communication channels
- Where intranets most add value in a digital workplace
- Where intranets leave gaps in a typical employee experience
- How to make sense of your own digital communication needs.
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Managing Director, ClearBox
Sam Marshall is the owner of ClearBox Consulting and has specialised in intranets and the digital workplace for over 18 years, working with companies such as AstraZeneca, AkzoNobel, TUI Travel, Sony and SABMiller. His current activities focus on intranet and digital workplace strategy, the business side of SharePoint, and the use of enterprise social tools.
Sam was responsible for Unilever’s global portal implementation, leading the roll-out of over 700 online communities to 90,000 people and consolidating several thousand intranets into one.
Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, SocialChorus
Nicole is our chief strategy officer and works with executives across our customer base to ensure we are powering communications transformation with true business results. Prior to founding SocialChorus, she was the Founder and CEO of Dermalounge and a pioneer in using new technologies to engage and empower employees before it was a Gartner Quadrant. Nicole started her career in structured finance and corporate development at Enron and Asurion. She has a BS from Vanderbilt University in Economics and Japanese and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.