‘Intranets’ is an anthology that covers many aspects of intranets with each chapter in the book covering a different topic relevant for your intranet. I kept thinking as I contributed to it “If only this book had been available when I worked with intranets”.
Other organisations’ intranets are one of their best-kept secrets with no access to see the hidden gems or maybe worst horrors. They are hidden behind firewalls which make it hard to learn from others’ successes and failures.
‘Intranets’ shows many examples with practical advice on what to do to replicate these or maybe how to avoid making a mistake. Many people like me who have experienced the good, the bad and the ugly with intranets have contributed chapters to help your understanding and share our knowledge of intranets.
An intranet can deliver great value and be useful for everyone working within an organization. Intranets aims to give you a guide on how to create a modern and useful intranet – through continuous improvement and governance (of course!).
You can read this book from first to last page or read each single chapter separately. The book is for intranet managers, or those wanting to understand intranets. It is also a good read for managers, communicators or anyone who wants to learn about intranets!