Last week I had the pleasure of spending the day in Toronto with legal knowledge management practitioners from across the Canadian public sector. The need to manage knowledge in the legal and courts system appears to be alive and well,…
Do you know who uses your intranet? Beyond the analytics you capture and crunch through on a monthly basis, what do you really know about your users? Sure they’re your co-workers; you might even walk past them every day in…
ThoughtFarmer VP Gordon Ross tackles the subject of power within social intranets through the social theory of communications scholar Manuel Castells.
Having helped organize and sponsor a conference for a couple of years, and having attended and spoken at a few myself, I think I can confidently say that IntraTeam 2013 in Copenhagen was one of the most well organized, informative,…
Back at KM World in Washington DC in 2009, I had a great opportunity to meet with some of the world’s leading intranet thinkers and doers – one of them was Kurt Kragh Sorensen of IntraTeam in Denmark. Kurt runs…
Gordon Ross describes his social intranet speaking adventures at the 13th Annual ACRIP Bolivar International HR Symposium in Colombia
Understand the theoretical underpinnings of social intranet adoption and how they link to concrete adoption strategies.
Gordon Ross recently presented at E2Conf Santa Clara 2011 with Thomas Vander Wal on What Urban Planning can Teach Social Business Design – he shares his thoughts on the experience.
Some insights into the organization it takes to put on a great conference, from a speaker and organizer perspective.
A few questions to help you sort out your intranet’s governance and decision-making processes.