The Center for Research on Multinational Corporations, or SOMO, conducts research concerning the influence and practices of multinational corporations from their office in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. SOMO’s corporate intranet, called SOMO Community, consists of Atlassian Confluence, the Refined Theme and the Linchpin Intranet Suite. SOMO Community was launched in January 2020. René Vlak’s video review notes the several advantages offered by Linchpin and describes how they make user workflow easier.
As a person in a leadership position, you have a desire to make the world of work a little better every day. This article highlights two aspects that make a positive difference for employees and companies: Flexibility and the sense of belonging. We also present our self-developed tool – Linchpin Hey, a social intranet for the cloud that brings more communicative momentum to the company.
As organizations across the globe transition to remote work, many employees love the freedom, lack of commute and additional time with family that working from home allows. In this article, you’ll find some of the ways that the Linchpin intranet can replace the physical office.
At CAS AG, everything revolves around KIWI, CAS AG’s social intranet. Strictly speaking, it is an implementation of Linchpin Intranet Suite from Seibert Media, which is built upon the knowledge management system Confluence from Atlassian. Read this blog to find out where the name came from and to watch a video of the presentation two representatives of the company gave at Tools4AgileTeams 2020.
Employees of companies want to be part of a community, but the current trend (and necessity) of working from home can make building social connections quite difficult. We become so-called “Lonely Workers”, reaching out to others and asking them for help less and less, because they’re not physically close to us. It is now up to companies to offer solutions to make social interactions possible – solutions like Linchpin Hey.
One way or another, Corona has hit every company and forced them to react quickly in order to remain operational and competitive: Suddenly everything was different! This was also the case for the dfv Mediengruppe based in Frankfurt. Our client used this uncertain initial phase of the pandemic to tackle and push forward a Linchpin intranet project, which had been simmering on a low flame for some time. In their presentation at last year’s Tools4AgileTeams conference, Verena Wagenpfeil and Michael Paulus from dfv presented this project with its effects and results.
A few weeks ago, Linchpin Intranet Suite 5.1 and Linchpin Essentials 2.1 emerged. In this blog article, we’ll show how Linchpin is optimized and what our general stance is on the topic of “performance”.
We achieve more together. The better we can get our collective resources to work together, the better the outcome. A social intranet is a useful place for effective digital collaboration. In this article, you’ll find some ways that intranets help employees connect.
Your company’s values, mission and reputation are all wrapped up into a concept known as a brand. The company’s brand …
Linchpin Intranet Suite 5.1 was recently released with many performance related improvements. As you’ve probably already read in our blog post about the 5.1 release, our developers are currently putting a lot of time and energy into performance-related tasks. The recent release also includes some exciting new features and bug fixes. You can find out more about the latest release in the blog post linked above and in the release notes.