Why is everyone choosing an intranet in a box?

On average, it took 17 months to create the winning intranets of last year’s Nielsen Norman Intranet Design Annual report. In that timespan: • A Humpback whale could migrate 19,622km • An average runner could complete 2,852 marathons • 32 generations of butterfly lived and died • 22 Ferraris were manufactured • There was time[…]

Digital Workplace Success: Information Architecture

Information architecture (IA): it sounds hard and complicated and not like the fun job of designing a digital workplace was supposed to be for the Communications team. Never fear, it can be challenging but it is possible to plan and deliver an IA plan that captures users’ requirements. USERS?? Yes. Effective IA requires user involvement[…]

Notes from the Digital Workplace Conference – Melbourne 2018

Once again, ShareThePoint put on a brilliant Digital Workplace Conference full of ideas, discussion, industry developments, how-tos and secret expert hacks. And LOTS of carb-laden snacks and coffee. Here are our notes from some of the fantastic sessions we attended. Make an impact with Mark Rhodes When speaking to more than one person, try these[…]

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Sub Optimal Outcomes: What have we learned from the Royal Commission into banking?

There has been a certain amount of schadenfreude as some of the most senior staff of our banking, insurance and superannuation institutions have copped a relentless grilling courtesy of the current Royal Commission. Yes, watching those highly paid individuals forced to publicly explain their employers’ more questionable business practices has been satisfying, but the process[…]

Have your EOFY cake and eat it with SaaS

With EOFY just around the corner, the race to make our balance sheets healthy and shiny is on. It is also a good time for reflection upon the investments that really make a difference to our organisations, now and in the future and the options to optimise these and our finances. How disappointing that investment[…]

Digital economy threatens dinosaurs with extinction

Once again, September quarter figures indicate minimal wages growth with many Australian pay packets only just keeping pace with inflation. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, private sector wages grew by just 1.86% after seasonal adjustments over the year to September 2017, with a CPI increase of 1.8% in the same period[1]. The International[…]