Tag Archives: Linchpin

Linch and Pin – Stories About Collaboration and Intranets

This post is about Linch and Pin and their conversations about collaboration in an elevator. The two are working in a big corporation and analyze the difficulties of collaboration in this company during their encounters. They know, that there is a better way, but they are not in charge. Linch and Pin are the stars of our upcoming new video series. Stay tuned!

How to Optimize and own your own Profile on the Web and in Intranets

It’s been a simple JIRA issue at first with the summary: “Optimize your own public profile”. Every email I write contains a simple footer with my phone number and a link to my English profile page. I realize, that the importance of the linked page is rising. That’s how the JIRA issue about optimizing this page was created: I wanted to put some effort in my profile optimization. That’s why I am creating this blog post as a public documentation and a point for you to comment on and help me get more ideas.

//SEIBERT/MEDIA sponsors Intranet Now Conference in London October 13, 2015

//SEIBERT/MEDIA will sponsor the second un/conference Intranet Now in London, which has the aim of helping its participants improve their intranet. The Conference will take place on October 13, 2015 in the London Park Plaza Riverbank Hotel and we look forward to supporting this cool and ambitious event. If you feel up for a promising trip to the British capital, we might see you there! Tickets are available at a discounted early standard rate until August 31st.

Rollout Strategies – Use Social Intranets Company Wide

Linchpin Intranet

Rolling out a Social Intranet in the complete company will have an effect on your company culture. An intranet 2.0 is a tool that will start an orientation towards employees and self organization. And it is absolutely essential to involve the employees from the beginning. Which strategies are useful for the rollout? How to approach critics? Here are some useful tips.

The anti SharePoint speaker at Cebit: Why businesses don’t give intranet users what they want and need

Why do so many businesses use MS SharePoint as their intranet solution? Why do they give their users a system, that the often times don’t even want because there are far better collaboration tools out there. So it often leads to frustration instead of increased productivity and collaboration in daily business. In this post I am asking the question which corporate policies lead to these decisions.