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The i2 Summit will be an online experience!

Published September 28, 2020 by
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The Swiss intranet and digital workplace annual conference, i2 Summit, will also be held in 2020 as a virtual event and online experience. The date is November 5, 2020 and the program is really impressive: Conference program This year it starts in October! In October there will be four “Conversation Cafés” in preparation for the …

Intranet and digital workplace projects in the working world after Corona

Published June 9, 2020 by
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(The following text was auto-translated using and therefore might not be perfect English – please excuse any inconveniences caused by this!) On June 1, 2020, an interview with Stephan Schillerwein about the effects of the corona crisis on intranet projects and digital workplace projects was published in “RE Talk“, the podcast of Real Experts. …

Changes that succeed

Published October 15, 2019 by
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The realisation that the success of Digital Workplace projects mainly depends on the outcome of the associated changes in ways of working has now become widely accepted. Although the introduction of new tools often still trigger such projects (e.g. the replacement of an outdated intranet platform), change management and organizational change are almost always on …

The digital transformation of work

Published March 18, 2018 by
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Short article by Stephan Schillerwein in the Swiss ALPHA career magazine about the digital transformation of work as a foundation to increase business success and employee engagement. Synopsis: Digitalisation is often perceived as being mainly an outward-facing activity. But real customer orientation in the digital age is only possible for organisations that have digitally transformed …

3 ways to test intranet navigation structures [Quick Tip]

Published June 9, 2017 by
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When it comes to making sure that your new Intranet navigation structure will be understood by users, tree testing is a must. The three main options to do this simple but effective usability technique are paper-based testing, commercial online tree testing tools and HTML- or prototyping tools. Even the simplest test is better compared to …

Collaborative collaboration doesn’t just happen by itself!

Published June 6, 2017 by
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The swiss text agency etextera has published an interview with Stephan Schillerwein about video conferencing, the state of collaboration tools in organisations and the huge still untapped potential in knowledge work and a more collaborative work culture. The interview in full (available in German language only): «Nur 20 Prozent der Unternehmen nutzen elektronische Tools für …

No intranet project is like the other – Interview at “Springer for Professionals”

Published March 4, 2015 by
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In this interview, five questions about the real value that Intranets deliver, the ideal approach to running an Intranet project, the gap between Intranets and culture, “social” as an Intranet hype and about whether the German speaking countries lag behind when it comes to Intranets are answered by the three authors of a new (German) …

Collaboration – Just idle Chatter or Business-critical Core Capability?

Published January 31, 2014 by
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Even though collaboration (working together) is obviously a core capability for any organisation, it still has not really taken off in many companies. This keynote presentation from yesterday’s MatchPoint Snow Release Party looks at some of the reasons why, both from a strategic and a more operational perspective.

Digital Workplace Framework – Presentation from Enterprise 2.0 Summit

Published April 19, 2013 by
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This is my presentation from the recent Enterprise 2.0 Summit 2013 in Paris that served as the basis for a discussion panel around approaches for the (technology) framework of a Digital Workplace and its challenges:

What does the Digital Workplace actually look like?

Published February 23, 2013 by
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One of the most frequent questions I get from readers of our highly successful report “The Digital Workplace” (more than 1’000 registrations so far) is this: how does a Digital Workplace look like and where can I go and see one?

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