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SEASPC - Rene Modery - Creating an Employee Engaging Intranet Homepage

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SEASPC - Rene Modery - Creating an Employee Engaging Intranet Homepage

  1. 1. Rene Modery CREATING AN EMPLOYEE ENGAGING INTRANET HOMEPAGE
  2. 2. HOW WE MOVED FROM MULTIPLE, RARELY USED HOMEPAGES…
  3. 3. …TO A SINGLE EMPLOYEE ENGAGING INTRANET HOMEPAGE
  4. 4. IN THIS SESSION YOU WILL LEARN… • Which issues we faced • Which goals we set to overcome them and improve the usage of our intranet • How we did it! • LOTS OF SCREENSHOTS!
  5. 5. ABOUT ME • Working with SharePoint since 2007 • Worked on two Asia Pacific wide SharePoint implementations • Responsible for presentation of Rene Modery SharePoint to management teams, www.modery.net requirements gathering, solution implementation, training of users, evaluation of third-party software, site maintenance, governance, …
  6. 6. ABOUT LANDIS+GYR • “world's leader in smart metering, energy management solutions, and related services” • Australia/New Zealand, China, India, South east Asia
  7. 7. THE OLD HOMEPAGES
  8. 8. WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE OLD HOMEPAGES? • No real ownership • Nearly no new (dynamic) content • No interesting content on them • Only serve as entry point to Intranet • Looks way too much like standard SharePoint  low user adoption
  9. 9. GOALS • Establish a single homepage • Provide news to employees regularly • Show only relevant information (location based) • Engage employees on the homepage  Employees should enjoy visiting it!
  10. 10. WHERE AND HOW DID WE START • Establish ownership • Define “business” requirements • Share news stories • Engage users through polls • Provide up-to-date information on regional events and important dates • Have easy to use navigation (consider existing links) •  conduct employee surveys, get inspiration from intranets of other companies • We need a new branding (design + logo + URL)!
  11. 11. OWNERSHIP • Define an overall owner of the intranet homepage •  Communications Manager • Every item on the homepage should have an owner responsible for it •  can be from all levels in the organisation
  12. 12. OUR REQUIREMENTS – HOMEPAGE CONTENTS & DESIGN Local News Targeted Navigation Quick Links Top Stories Latest Webcast Company News Company Poll Company Calendar
  13. 13. IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW DESIGN • Started in SharePoint 2007 • “sudden” plan to upgrade to SP2010 meant • Extra work (Master Page had to be “upgraded” while we still worked on it) • Some delays (SP2010 test environment was not available early onwards) • Created in-house  slow progress due to other work commitments
  14. 14. NEWS STORIES 1. Define structure and individual requirements of a news story • Types: Top Story, News Story, Webcast • Content Type inherits from Article Page, additional fields added as needed (e.g. ME (=country)) 2. Define design of stories • Page Layout for each type • SP2010 upgrade meant we also had to upgrade these
  15. 15. NEWS STORY - DESIGN
  16. 16. NEWS STORY – AUDIENCES + FILTERS + + Audiences based on Active Directory groups =
  17. 17. NEWS STORY – AUDIENCES + FILTERS • One set of web parts (title + CQWP) for each country  homepage shows targeted content
  18. 18. ARCHIVE • See all published articles in the News Archive
  19. 19. GOT A NEWS STORY?
  20. 20. WEBCASTS • Video stored in multiple locations for different country audiences
  21. 21. TOP STORY - DYNAMIC BANNER
  22. 22. CALENDAR • Share key dates across the region • Public Holidays, major events, trainings, …
  23. 23. POLLS • Get feedback from employees about important topics • Regular Polls! • Used during Intranet Naming Competition
  24. 24. TARGETED NAVIGATION Goal: • Add all relevant links from previous homepages • Audience targeting – ANZ employees usually not interested in links to Indian sites  end users are not overwhelmed by choice of options, navigation is customised for them vs
  25. 25. THE TECHNICAL SLIDE • 1 new Master Page + lots of new CSS • Lots of JavaScript, especially jQuery • Top Stories (SPServices + AnythingSlider) • Poll (by Alexander Bautz, heavily modified by us) • Video in Webcast (Flowplayer) • Calendar Web Part from Codeplex (some smaller changes by us) • Paging CQWP Web Part (by Waldek Mastykarz)
  26. 26. THE NUMBERS • Started in May, went live on 1 August • 2 people working on it “full-time” • Lots of iterations (“move the news title 10px right and 5px down”) • 1-2 communications representatives per country • 85 news stories, 11 top stories, 4 webcasts
  27. 27. DID WE SUCCEED? • Regular news stories from across the regions • Monthly polls with 50-60% participation • Around 500 unique visitors daily! (Also because we set the Intranet as default homepage….)  good direct feedback from staff
  28. 28. SUMMARY • Involve staff in defining requirements • Ensure ownership of all content! • Make users not just consumers, but also contributors • Make it look less like SharePoint (at least a bit)
  29. 29. SINGAPORE SHAREPOINT USER GROUP Meets 2nd Thursday of Every Month Level 22, NTUC Building Microsoft, 1 Marina Blvd Hosted by Steve Sofian and Milan Gross
  30. 30. Thank you to all of our Sponsors

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