Unlike email, an intranet contains information that is valid for a longer time, as well as preserving context and providing options for both synchronous and asynchronous communication. These days, there are better tools than email for communication.
Our Confluence-based intranet suite Linchpin is ideal for companies that are distributed over several, or even a very large number of sites. …
//SEIBERT/MEDIA and SBK have collaborated on a social intranet project using our Linchpin platform. What started with user-story workshops to tailor the project requirements to suit the needs of the users, was iteratively implemented, and is now in use by the employees of SKB: The new employee portal has been live for several months now!
A lot of business communication is still “off-the-record”. That has dramatic downsides in lack of transparency, reduced options to synchronize and communicate, and less common ground for decisions. This blog post wants to encourage you to reduce “off-the-record business communication”. It’s about your bottom line.
The aim of a Hackathon is to put yourself under time pressure, and intensively work for this short period of time to develop and deliver a product, or complete a small project. With the encouragement of our developers, it has become an integral part of our agile organization.
With our Linchpin Mobile app, we want to give our employees as well as our customers’ employees the ability to collaborate and communicate no matter where they are, or which time zone they’re in. Currently, Linchpin Mobile is in beta. Do you want to learn more about it?
A few weeks ago, it was finally that time again: Our annual //SEIBERT/MEDIA ski trip was on! Approximately 20 colleagues and friends of //SEIBERT/MEDIA were in our Tour of Austria.
The principles and values of agile software development can also be used throughout an organization. //SEIBERT/MEDIA’s goal is to not only use agile …
In his Spiegel series, “Moving Away from Dictation,” author Klaus Werle tells the amusing tale of a middle manager named …
It’s no secret that I hate WhatsApp, and love Telegram as an instant messenger. Because I keep getting asked “Why?”, I’ll try to explain some of my reasons in this post.