Your organization prides itself on transparency. Your executives understand that central knowledge creates unity. But lately, employees have been grumbling: they don’t feel they get all the information from the top, and they’re starting to worry.
Your corporate intranet started out as a robust repository where all employees could find out about company events and news; coworkers; promotions and openings; and a whole slew of other employee-facing information. But it’s been quite some time since anyone’s used it regularly. In fact, the last employee survey you sent out got almost no response.
Your HR department has just brought in a group of new recruits. While it’s a great sign that your business is booming, the timing couldn’t be worse: Their manager is out on personal leave, and the rest of their department is preparing for a weeklong conference. You’ve been asked to set up an onboarding process to put much of their training online.
Do any of these scenarios sound familiar? If you answered “yes,” you’ve come to the right place.