It's a conviction! And also a rather disappointing observation, because it is often difficult to measure the digital transformation of an organization to its Intranet.
The company's ambition is great: to generate new revenues, change business models, attract, retain, rethink the customer and employee experience, increase its offer, be more efficient and agile, innovate, open up...
This ambition deserves to be actively shared by employees to give meaning, co-construct solutions, engage stakeholders, prepare and support future changes.
The Intranet is the company's collective tool, accessible to everyone (in theory).
Through its content, it is a concrete support and a lever for communication, collaboration, capitalization and socialization through its functionalities.
It capitalizes, facilitates and symbolizes through its activity. Three valuable objectives in any transformation.
It remains to make good use of this technology.
In the age of the Digital Workplace, design is centred on people: simplicity, personalization, collective efficiency.
Let's imagine some questions from a rather knowledgeable employee in a company undergoing digital transformation:
It's up to you to measure yourself. Is your Intranet "Transformation Digital Ready"?
If you have at least 4 "yes", well done, would you like to share your experience? If you have 3 "yes" or less, do you take some advice?
Director of Supply and Innovation