Webinar: Why Do Intranet Projects Fail?
An intranet is more than a project or a piece of technology; it’s a mission-critical business system and a significant investment that requires proper planning. Despite the traditional focus on technology and integration, the most critical phases are the initial ones: Assessment and Planning. In fact, most stalled or failed intranet projects are the result of organizations expediting or skipping these phases altogether. An initial investment in these two phases is essential and greatly reduces the likelihood of cost overruns, missed deadlines and failed expectations.
- Why the Assessment and Planning phases lay the foundation for a successful intranet redevelopment project.
- How to make the business case for an intranet redevelopment project.
- How to undertake an extensive needs or business requirements assessment to identify, develop, prioritize, and document goals and current practices.
- How to create an intranet strategy that aligns with your organization’s business goals.
- How to gain real engagement and formal sponsorship from senior management.
Who should attend:
This webinar has been specially crafted for intranet owners, managers, contributors & stakeholders in communications, HR, IT, marketing, operations, and the office of the president.
View Why Do Intranet Projects Fail?
Wednesday, December 12 2012 at 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM EST
There is no cost to attend this webinar
Toby Ward, President and CEO - The founder and CEO of Prescient Digital Media, Toby has worked on dozens of intranets for many large, complex and Fortune 500 companies in his 15 years of working on intranets. A specialist in web and intranet planning and measurement, Toby has led his company to many awards in recent years including an illustrious Webby Award.
About Prescient Digital Media
Prescient Digital Media is a veteran web and intranet consulting firm with 10+ years of rich history. We provide strategic Internet and intranet consulting, planning and communications services to many Fortune 500 and big brand clients, as well as small and medium-size leaders. Our clients include many Fortune 500s and big brand names such as Harvard, HSBC, Pepsi, MasterCard, Nintendo, Sony, Toshiba, USAA, and more than 150 others.