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We are all used to reports from Gartner and Altimeter that look at social intranets from a US perspective. Now Europe has its own review from Lecko.

Tim Ruscoe, Freelance Art Director


Better knowledge management is one of the top reasons why organisations are putting in a social intranet. In this free smileguide - sponsored by Knowledge Plaza - you will learn how combining social tools with wikis and databases is revolutionising how knowledge flows in the modern enterprise.
Some of us remember the Andersen and Enron fiascos, certainly the banking crisis and more recently Thomas Cook, Alton Towers and of course VW. Senior communicators came together at a recent Comma Partners event to explore the role communicators play in managing corporate reputation.
They advise the world’s largest companies on strategy but how do McKinsey use internal communications to support and engage their own consultants?
The MD of Postshift believes that companies have spent too much time and money on databases to store documents rather than developing the tools and behaviours necessary to spread knowledge.
Findings from a new report by People Lab reveals how organisations are approaching employee engagement.
“Knowledge management is a people business.” argues Ceri Hughes, “At its core it allows us to connect people to each other in a large, geographically-dispersed environment.”
Sponsored by Newsweaver, our in-depth study on how to measure internal communications using social tools is here for you to enjoy.
We asked the question: “Do you think organisations will be less inclined to adopt Yammer after the removal of its customer support team?”
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) assists vulnerable people affected by war and other situation of violence and ensures that the rules and principles - known as the Geneva Conventions - are respected during warfare. – but how do they stay informed as the number of political and armed actors, the range of their visions, and the extent of crises in which they are involved, continue to increase?

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