Conference alert: How to build, launch and grow a successful social intranet

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Having trouble getting employees to use your social intranet? Do you wish you could measure your intranet’s success? This conference has the answers you need.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: October 9, 2014

You’re trying to finish an important project. You’re working hard to get it done before the 5 p.m. deadline.

But then you hear, “Ping! Ping! Ping!”

It’s the attack of the reply-all email, here to ruin your productivity and clog your inbox.

Social intranets squash reply-all emails before they even begin. Learn to steer your company from wasteful communication toward a social intranet at our Social Intranet Summit.

Join intranet experts in New York City on Tuesday, Dec. 9, for sessions packed with innovative shortcuts, tips and best practices for integrating social tools into your intranet.

Special offer: If you sign up before midnight, Friday, Oct. 31, you’ll save $ 200 on your registration. Take advantage of this early-bird offer here.

An intranet that employees want to use is a lot easier to create than you think. Experts from companies like Xerox, Nationwide, SAS and Mayo Clinic will show you how to:

  • Find employee advocates and informal leaders to increase intranet adoption.
  • Measure social intranet success.
  • Get executives excited about the new tool.
  • Train and engage employees—even when they resist.
  • Inject personality and character into your content.
  • Make company news and updates so interesting employees can’t resist reading.

Take a look at the full agenda.

You’ll leave this conference with a dozen intranet case studies and countless ideas to bring back to your team. You and your internal communications can’t afford to miss this event.

Don’t wait. Save your seat and secure your $ 200 discount now! 

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