Interactive course: Spice up your social intranet

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Say goodbye to sleepy intranets and boring company emails. Add excitement and engagement to your intranet with tips from this new interactive course.

By Ragan Staff | Posted: May 17, 2013

Employees don’t want to read the stories on your intranet, do they?

Don’t fret. It doesn’t have to be that way.

In a new online course, “Social intranets: The key to better morale, higher productivity, and practical ideas in your organization,” Shel Holtz shows how you can create an intranet that will fire up your workers and encourage them to engage.

Learn more about the course.

This course will show you how to upgrade your company’s internal communications from sleep-inducing to successful through video, wikis, podcasts, blogs, Twitter-like microblogs, and more.

Holtz will also explain how:

  • Organizations from bakeries to computing giants transform communication behind their firewalls and measure the business results.
  • Dell uses its Employee Storm to gauge internal opinion without wasting time and money on formal surveys.
  • Intel wikis explain acronyms newcomers are too shy to ask about.
  • Comments on all pages of your intranet—even those for corporate policies—can create a better-informed workforce.
  • And more.

Don’t wait! Sign up today.

 

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