Intranet Management Handbook:

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$95.00
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$ 85.50
Item Number: 
978-1-85604-734-0
Publisher: 
Facet Publishing, UK
Pages: 
224
Width: 
6"
Height: 
9"
  • Description

Make sure your library’s intranet is properly built, resourced, and managed with this start-to-finish new guide. Based on experienced author Martin White’s
tried and tested guidelines, the Intranet Governance Handbook provides a wealth of practical advice for developing, implementing, and maintaining a successful
intranet strategy in any information organization.
From initial strategic planning to post-implementation evaluation, White explains all of the crucial steps for building an intranet that balances content, technology, and policy. He provides tips for creating a business case for investing in an intranet, maintaining content quality, encouraging collaboration, integrating social media, managing the intranet, and measuring its impact.

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