Results for Intranets & Extranets

There are 5 resources for Intranets & Extranets in the library.

Articles and Papers

Intranet resources: the eternal vicious circle
by Patrick Walsh (11/6/2011)
Subject: Intranets & Extranets
Language: English
Abstract: Intranets do nott work. Why? Because not enough resources are given to them to ensure they have a chance of success. Why are resources not made available? Because intranets do not work. A vicious circle is born. This article provides an approach that may help intranet teams to make the case for better resources and to break out of this vicious circle for good.

User-centred redesign of the FaCS intranet
by Donna Maurer (6/2004)
Subject: Case Studies, Intranets & Extranets
Language: English
Abstract: The Department of Family and Community Services applied user-centred techniques in the redevelopment of their large Government intranet, and it serves as a useful model for other organisations looking to tackle the same issues.


Why Intranets Fail (and How to Fix Them)
by Luke Tredinnick (2004)
Subject: Intranets & Extranets
Language: English
Abstract: Begins with a discussion of user and company expectations for an intranet, and how to reconcile competing expectations. Then addresses intranet design (physical and logical structures, content management, hierarchies, and taxonomies). Finishes with recommendations for implementation, change, and content management.

Web Sites and Resources

Intranet Review Toolkit
by James Robertson (12/2005)
Subject: Intranets & Extranets, Project Management, Web Development
Language: English
Abstract: This toolkit provides intranet managers and designers with an easy-to-use method to assess the strengths and weaknesses of their intranets. It contains a substantial set of heuristics, allowing a detailed intranet review to be conducted that focuses on a wide range of functionality, design and strategy. (Creative Commons license.)
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Intranet Roadmap
by James Robertson (5/2005)
Subject: Intranets & Extranets, Process & Techniques, User Centered Design
Language: English
Abstract: The Intranet Roadmap identifies the core activities that generate key designs and deliverables. A wall chart with five vertical timelines James calls "streams" of concurrent activities, the Roadmap provides an excellent starting template if you use project planning software. An accompanying booklet describes all the activities and their supporting techniques, with further online references to learn about each one.

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