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James Robertson
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Author of "Essential intranets: inspiring sites that deliver business value", "Designing intranets: creating sites that work" and "What every intranet team should know"
Author of "Essential intranets: inspiring sites that deliver business value", "Designing intranets: creating sites that work" and "What every intranet team should know"

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The winners of the 2015 Intranet Innovation Awards have been announced today <-- plenty to of great stuff to steal (I mean, learn from!)

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The 2015 Intranet Innovation Awards are now open for entries!

These global awards have been running for nine years, and they surface remarkable workplace ideas for the benefit of the whole community.

Don't miss out on your chance to win the acclaim of your peers!

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Intranets2015 is Australia's only true intranet conference, and we've just shared a heap of detail on the speakers and topics.

Browse around, sign up, and we'll see you there!

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Intranet design is finally catching up with the real world ... and sites now create positive emotional responses

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I'm heading back to Europe in late Feburary for a bunch of great #intranet conferences and events, in Denmark, Stockholm, Paris and London. See you soon!

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Keynotes announced for Intranets2015 (Sydney, 20-22 May 2015). We've also opened for pre-registration, to help teams with 2014 budget to spend.

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It's very easy getting stuck writing endless policies when trying to tack information management issues. Instead, create a programme of projects.

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Business risks range from snowstorms and tsunamis, to providing incorrect information to customers. Intranets can help to mitigate all of these risks.

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We've had a lot of fun working with Australia's largest membership organisation, to untangle a complex situation to deliver a new group intranet.

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User-generated video is an effective way to engage with staff, share knowledge and solve problems.
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