Intranet Virtual Summit on Demand

Agenda

Session 1

Intranet Golden Rules: Set Yourself Up For Success

Intranet management can be a serious challenge and is often a delicate balancing act. The needs of numerous stakeholders, business leaders, and end users, all have to be met and their expectations exceeded. The business won't run without your Intranet—no pressure. Attend this session to learn about tried and tested intranet management best practices, as well as areas of focus you can't afford to miss.

In this session we will cover:

  • Building the foundation
  • Bringing decision makers on your journey
  • Engagement and adoption
  • And more!
Senior manager for intranet strategy
Toronto Dominion Bank
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Session 2

Advancing Communication, Collaboration and Productivity When Youre at a Crossroads

Brenda Luterbach, technology communications manager at AbbVie, shares insights and challenges that her organization faces as technology continues to rapidly advance but the company’s fairly new intranet is heavily customized. With mobile demand growing and a somewhat recent and large investment in their company home page, what’s the team to do?

You’ll learn:

  • Simple, intuitive design and lean on out of the box functionality
  • Why ‘mobile-first’ must be the focus of your next portal iteration if it isn’t already
  • Make enterprise-Search the heart and soul to any true intranet
  • The value and importance of built-in, truly cross-functional and enterprise-wide buy-in
  • And more!
Technology and communications manager
AbbVie
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Session 3

How to Engage and Connect Non-Desk Employees

To reach people in the world’s most remote places, global health and humanitarian organizations have to use engaging global communication tools. These organizations rely on their intranets to educate, engage and connect people on a global scale. The challenge of creating meaningful ways to do this across cultures within your budget is no easy task. JoEllen Saeli-Lane will show you some tools large global organizations use to connect and engage employees—even those thousands of miles away from one another.

You will hear real-world example and take-home strategies to connect and engage non-desk workers, including how to:

  • Create a mobile experience for your employees in the field
  • Build employee recognition into your communication strategy and platforms
  • Customize your search to connect employees to organization experts and important information
  • Put the resources that your employees care about at their fingertips
  • And more!
Senior director of communications
Formerly of the CDC
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