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Linchpin Hey: How Does Social Interaction Within Companies Affect Employee Retention?

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We spend half our waking hours working, and working from home, especially over long periods, like during the current pandemic, has caused employees to feel disconnected from their colleagues, which can lead to mental health problems and people being dissatisfied at their job. So how does social interaction help with employee retention?

What Defines Modern Intranets?

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Intranets nowadays, known as employee engagement intranets or social intranets, are leaps and bounds ahead of their ancestors and continue to improve. The use of modern intranets is only expected to increase, maybe even until they replace the physical office completely. But what defines an intranet?

How To Master Your Intranet Introductory Project

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The time may come for your organization when it decides that it would benefit from a corporate intranet. In order for the intranet deployment to be successful, the organization must first define the problems that it intends to solve or mitigate. Defining how an intranet will address these problems will be instrumental in selecting the right one for adoption. The phases that constitute the intranet adoption process are described below.

How To Measure Success In An Intranet Project

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Some things are easier to measure than others. How many blog posts you’ve published on your weblog is easy to find out, but how successful your intranet is, is a whole different story. You’ll need to define your interpretation of “success” yourself, which in the case of an intranet often involves 3 things: hosting company content, reaching all employees and making communication easier. Read on to see how to opti

Linchpin Review by René Vlak of SOMO

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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.

Linchpin: KIWI First: And the Winner Is – a Social Intranet!

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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.

Linchpin Hey Is More Than a Social Intranet: From Congratulations and Hey Fives to Confetti

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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.

How the Linchpin Intranet Helped dfv Mediengruppe Through the Pandemic

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.