The Human Side of Intranets: Content, Style, and Politics

1st Edition

Jerry W. Koehler, Thom Dupper, Marvin D. Scaff, Fred Reitberger, Patti Paxson

CRC Press
Published October 27, 1997
Reference - 272 Pages
ISBN 9781574441758 - CAT# SL1752

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Summary

Intranets have changed the way organizations around the world communicate. Many business people are intimidated by this technological revolution-but they need not be! The Human Side of Intranets guides you through the daunting task of transforming communication within your business. This book is for every non-technical person charged with the task of creating or contributing to a company intranet system. It goes through the process step-by-step, from initial concept to launch and beyond.
The Human Side of Intranets avoids information overload, addressing three critical dimensions of creating an effective and valuable intranet-content, style, and politics. It demonstrates how intranets are not about technology, but about people and the way they communicate. Real-world examples and proven tactics for problem-solving are given to show you the way. This book makes taking your company into the 21st century a manageable feat!

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