Digital Workplace Logo

Digital Workplace Impact

The podcast where Digital Workplace Group CEO and Founder Paul Miller investigates
and explores ideas, practices and people impacting the new digital worlds of work.

You are here: Home » News & Events » Digital Workplace Impact » How Philips put power back into its intranet

Want to subscribe to the DWG Podcast?

Episode: 37

How Philips put power back into its intranet

How Philips put power back into its intranet

“Taxonomy and tagging – if you’re looking at the future, it’s key. Without it, people are going to be lost in your internal digital workplace.”

– Dennis Agusi, Philips

Philips employs more than 70,000 employees in 100 countries. Before it launched its new intranet, Communication Channels Director, Dennis Agusi, relayed the organization’s global message through a myriad of local intranets.

But with Philips’ strategic shift into the healthcare sector, came razor-sharp focus for the new intranet, which boasts content governance, content lifecycle management and a hugely successful search functionality.

Recorded in person at a DWG Member Meeting in Amsterdam, Paul Miller talks to Dennis about how they achieved success, the challenges they overcame and what’s next for him and the team.

Dennis will be a studio guest on Digital Workplace 24 on February 26–27, a unique online digital workplace insight event, broadcasting around the world over 24 hours. Book your ticket here.

Show notes, links and resources for this episode:
Philips
Digital Workplace 24


Featuring


Dennis Agusi, Director Communication Channels

Dennis Agusi is the Director of Communication Channels at Philips and is responsible for both internal and external communication channels. Dennis started his career at Philips in 2010 and has successfully introduced award-winning new channels since. His focus on business value helps to increase impact and productivity, and to save costs.

View all Podcasts
Are you ready for the digital workplace?
Learn and explore the new digital world of work.
Your information will never be shared with any third party.
Are you ready to connect with DWG?
Learn and explore the new digital world of work.
Your information will never be shared with any third party.
I hereby acknowledge that the Digital Workplace 24 Video Library is designated for my professional use alone and may not be shared with any other parties, in whole or in part, without express written permission from the Digital Workplace Group.