Maybe you want to increase your internal communication or improve the efficiency of your staff, or maybe your intranet just isn’t working and you don’t know why?
We run a two day training course that shares tools and techniques to empower you and your staff to deliver a successful intranet to your organisation.
In just two days you will discover:
- The six key stages to delivering a successful project
- How to identify key stakeholders and capture their requirements
- What content is available, and how important each item of content really is
- How to identify your business’ killer intranet opportunities
- How to turn requirements into functionality that works for your audience
- An understanding of usability and the psychology behind good design
Starting a new intranet project can be tough, you may know where you want to get to but unsure how to get there. We share the experience we have gained from over 300 intranet projects implemented all over the world.
|Day 1||Day 2|
|9:30||Welcome and Introductions||9:30||Recap Day 1|
How to capture the requirements of key stakeholders, what questions should you ask?
What is UX and how does it tie into Enterprise Networking.
How you can use and develop personas?
Using the tools of the trade to translate your requirements into an effective intranet layout.
Understand what content is important and what is not.
|11:20||Functional Wireframes (continued)
Prototyping and the creation of a functional specification. How to run Personas against User Journeys.
|13:30||Requirements Gathering Workshop
Learn how to effectively capture the requirements of your business and how you can run this workshop internally.
|13:30||Type of Supplier
Understanding how choosing a supplier/vendor might impact your process.
|13:40||Specifying a Visual Design
How to specify a visual design that will optimise your user’s intranet experience.
|15:20||Requirements Gathering Workshop (continued)||15:20||Develop your Intranet Proposal
Accumulating the information you have gathered into a succinct intranet plan.