Intranet & Digital Workplace

employee experience

What is “employee experience design” (EXD)? Definition, origins, examples.

Written by Ephraim Julius Freed, Internal Communications Manager & Intranet Manager, Employee Experience leader. In a nutshell: Employee experience design (EXD) describes a holistic, audience-centric approach to delivering HR, internal communications, the digital workplace and physical office spaces. EXD combines user experience design and research, cross-functional collaboration and solutions, employer brand and values, and product

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6 Signs Your Company Is Ready for a Digital Workplace

6 Signs Your Company Is Ready for a Digital Workplace

Written By Ted Sapountzis, VP Marketing, Simpplr More and more companies are making the transformation from a standard office to an efficient digital workplace led by the latest technology. While initially, mostly larger companies saw the demand to create a digital workspace, the advancement and cost-effectiveness of digital technology have paved the way for even

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mobile workforce

Case Study: Communicating with a Mobile Workforce

By Paul Barton, ABC, Principal Consultant, Paul Barton Communications, LLC. How do you communicate with employees in the field? That’s been the million-dollar question for many years for internal communication professionals. But advances in mobile technology are making this challenge a thing of the past. Charlie Gilbert One company that has embraced mobile communication technology

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sharepoint

Why Bad Things Happen to Good SharePoint

Michelle Bolda Esposito, Senior Partner, Rogue Services and Solutions. You know when you’re driving along peacefully, you are really sure you know where you’re going, and then, BAM, you’re hit by a train? Hopefully, no, you don’t know. How extraordinarily insensitive it would be for me to use that example if it were widespread. It’s

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intranet

Top 10 KEY insights from the 7th Intranet & Digital Workplace Summit

By Gregg Apirian, Managing Director, Vignette. What A Great 3 Days! We recently had the honor of chairing the ALI 7th Annual Intranet & Digital Workplace Summit in San Francisco. It was great to meet all the attendees, but even greater to have walked away knowing that everyone thought the three days we spent together were

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digital communication

Top 3 Digital Communication Tools to Eliminate Email Overload

By Siv Rauv, Elcom’s blog. Back in the early 1990s, many were skeptical about the prospect of email becoming a viable digital communication tool. Some even doubted the influence that the Internet itself would have on business. However, it didn’t take long for both the web and email to move from the fringes to a

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intranet digital workplace conference

This Is an Exciting Time to be an Internal Communications Professional

Written by Paul Barton, ABC, Principal Consultant, Paul Barton Communications. I enjoyed copresenting “Shifting Culture and Technology Advances Bring Unique Opportunities” with Kris Pugsley, Global Communications Manager and Change Management, Compliance and Ethics, at ON Semi Conductor at the 7th annual ALI Intranet and Digital Workplace Summit in San Francisco today. It was an honor copresenting with Kris who is

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workplace by facebook

SBH Health System Employee Community Transformed with Workplace by Facebook

By Rachel Medanic, Talk Social to Me. In healthcare making a difference for one person has network effects. For SBH Health System (SBH) in the Bronx, New York, implementing a Workplace by Facebook online employee community has produced several benefits for the hospital. In just 4 months the online community has: Made organization-wide communication easier,

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What do you call your hourly or non-desk employees?

By Hannah Beasley, Red e App. What you call your employees is indicative of how you perceive them, which is an indicator of how you treat them, speak to them, and prioritize them. “It’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.” Henry David Thoreau When you look at your employees, what do

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