Explore what’s possible
Getting to engagement and measuring success
In the final episode on our series on the intelligent intranet, we’ll discuss how to drive adoption and engagement and share frameworks for measuring your success. Before you launch, you’ll want to have an adoption plan to ensure you make employees aware of the intranet and how you’ll drive regular engagement.
- Michael Holste – Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft
- Matt Wolodarsky – Sr. Program Manager, Microsoft
- Ian Doyle – Head of Employee Experience Engineering, Standard Bank
- Jenine De Klerk – Sr. Group Digital Enablement and Platform Management, Standard Bank
Templates are your friends
Want to save some time? Use our ready-made templates to accelerate adoption and get ready sooner.
Want to track how your new intelligent intranet is doing? Dive into measurement with available usage reporting options for SharePoint.
Understand the amount of total file, page, and SharePoint user activity currently in your tenant.Learn more
Understand the amount of activity happening against each SharePoint site and storage utilization.Learn more
Visualize and analyze Microsoft 365 usage data, create custom reports to share within your organization, and gain insights into how specific regions or departments are utilizing Microsoft 365.Learn more
“There is a thin line between business needs and employee needs. Business stakeholders often assume they know what employees want and need – that’s often the fastest route to a failed intranet. The trick is to answer to business’ needs, while providing content in such a way, that your employees will want to consume it.” Ian Doyle, Standard Bank
“We need digital collaboration tools because we’re cooperating across boundaries and with people that we don’t meet with physically. Microsoft 365 enables us to communicate, to collaborate, to connect across these borders.” Ingrid Reumert, Velux
“Communication sites in SharePoint Online were a game-changer. We could quickly create responsive pages that look great in the SharePoint mobile app without spending money on developers to customize functionality, navigation elements, and templates.” Marc Grewe, Klöckner & Co
“What three years ago took months of coding is now available out of the box with SharePoint. I think that’s amazing.” – Stig Thomsen, Arla Foods