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Intranets have been undergoing huge changes in recent years, but the challenge remains to deliver the greatest business benefits. That’s what makes the launch of our new book so important:

This book demonstrates the power and value of intranets, providing inspiration and insights for all teams, whether new or experienced.

In 280 sharply written pages, this book explores what
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Paperback, 276 pages
Published September 2013 by Step Two Publications
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Bruce
Jun 16, 2014 Bruce rated it really liked it
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Some great coverage of ways to make progress on intranets with limited budgets over time. Particularly suits those teams able to deliver in an agile way rather than waterfall. I really like the ideas at the end on getting a spiral of success going. Recommended
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Mar 22, 2014 Eric rated it it was amazing
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As I read this book, I realized the value that it provided to me as it relates to the intranet at my work. We are looking at new ideas for how to build out intranet and this book is full of ideas and thoughts on what makes up a large variety of intranets. It doesn't preach to you that every intranet must have a specific set of characteristics, but rather provides examples of what modern day intranets have and why they have those features. Many of the new features are important in this day, as ...more
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James Robertson (born 1958) is a Scottish writer who grew up in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. He is the author of several short story and poetry collections, and has published four novels: The Fanatic, Joseph Knight, The Testament of Gideon Mack, and And the Land Lay Still. Joseph Knight was named both the Scottish Arts Council Book of the Year and the Saltire Society Book of the Year in 2003/04 ...more
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