IBF announces in-depth intranet research program for 2012
19th December, New York
The Digital Workplace Group (DWG), the global leader in benchmarking, interaction and research for intranets has announced its research program for 2012. Topics include intranet strategy and governance and the next generation of intranets.
Elizabeth Marsh, DWG’s Chief Knowledge Officer, said “We’re excited about the 2012 research program. Over the years IBF has built up a rich library of intranet-related research for its members, and there will be some great additions next year. We’ll be covering diverse subjects from metrics and measurement to video-sharing platforms.”
Marsh continued “What makes the IBF research program so strong is that the key trends and best practices we uncover are always underpinned and illustrated by detailed case studies. Moreover we know the topics we cover are the ones that intranet managers really want to know more about because our members vote on the topics they wish to see.”
From early 2012 IBF will be releasing three full length reports and three briefing papers for members, with two further briefing papers which will be publicly available. The full details are:
- Best practice in intranet strategy and governance
- Metrics and measurement for intranets
- Managing content
- Next-generation intranets
- The real story about intranet search
- Video on the intranet
Publicly available briefing papers:
- Collaboration good practice
- 10 years in intranets
IBF will also be shortly releasing the final two reports from its excellent 2011 Research program. These are a briefing paper on “Social Intranets” which will be publicly available and a report on “Intranet Love Affairs” detailing how being passionate about the intranet can help promote it within the enterprise.
For more information about the IBF Research program please contact Elizabeth Marsh, IBF Chief Knowledge Officer.
About the Digital Workplace Group
DWG is the world leader in intranet and digital workplace benchmarking, research and interaction with offices in London and New York. Its 100 plus members are all Fortune 500 and equivalent organizations including AT&T, BP, Citi, Deutsche Post/DHL, Ernst & Young, Exxon Mobil, Kraft, McGraw-Hill, Microsoft, Total and Verizon.
Since 2002, DWG has been helping members maximize the effectiveness and value of their intranets through benchmarking, interaction and research. Only major companies and public-sector organizations are eligible to join. Members agree to strict confidentiality on joining.
Because IBF are independent of any technology vendor all benchmarking findings and recommendations are impartial.
For more information visit www.digitalworkplacegroup.com or contact:
Nancy M. Goebel
T: +44 (0) 20 7722 8726 | +1.866.903.0232
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