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How do you create a digital workspace for the world’s oldest pharmaceutical and chemical company and bring your colleagues along with you? It’s all in the strategy and the governance claims Frank Sielaff head of Digital Media at Merck.
Aviva was one of the first large companies to go social. Although no longer new to the game, internal comms at the global insurer still has to change with the times.
Ensuring that you have the strongest talent and the most productive workforce is no longer dependant on geography, but rather on the strength of your technology claims Colin Sloman, MD Strategy, Talent and Organisation
If you were asked by your new CEO to create a social intranet from scratch in just 60 days, you would probably fear for your job. Yet to launch such an intranet on time and also win a coveted NN/g Intranet Design Award as well would be a result few of us could hope for.
They advise the world’s largest companies on strategy but how do McKinsey use internal communications to support and engage their own consultants?
“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.”
The consultancy giant has reorganised its digital offering to meet the demands of its international client base. We talk to Mark Sherwin MD of Accenture Interactive.
The English FA revived their intranet by changing to a collaborative platform. Jamie Craig, explains how they are making football more social.
Ad and PR agencies have to be right on the money when advising clients about the potential of social media, yet few boast social intranets to help their own staff collaborate. MSLGROUP is a rare exception.
Increased productivity, stronger corporate culture and agility are just a few business benefits being seen on this company's ESN. This is a story of perpetual change and a bottom-up approach from 1 to 75,000 users.
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