Staffbase Just Raised $10M to Drive Our Mission of a New Work Culture and Create a Mobile Vision of the Intranet

In my professional career, I’ve seen all kinds of companies: big and small, fancy and old-fashioned, top-down leadership and laissez-faire. Contrary to what’s true for “a staggering 87%” of the workforce, the pattern I’ve seen is that people want to love what they do. They want to be proud of their work and their team. It makes us feel good; it helps us define ourselves; and it even improves our health. Unfortunately, not every organization makes it easy to do so. In fact, most of them fail.

 

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10 Digital Workplace Strategy Questions to Answer in 2018

Many of today's organizations are taking a broader view in which the intranet is a mobile entryway to specific platforms within the digital workplace. But before crossing this new threshold, businesses must first find ways to put a digital workplace strategy at the top of their agendas.

 

With that in mind, here are ten questions to ask when devising a digital workplace strategy that’s right for your organization.

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[Slides] How an Employee App Fits Best With your Intranet and Digital Workplace Strategy

 

With so many companies thinking about a mobile channel for their employee communication, a great deal of interest has arisen around how an employee app can fit with an organization’s intranet and digital workplace strategy. In fact, along with a few other issues, including how to onboard users; the state of security; and what to do with an employee app, the question of how an employee app can fit into an organization’s existing intranet and be integrated into its other channels for internal communication is one of the chief issues in communication departments around the world.

 

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Engaging a Global Workforce: The Mobile Intranet App at the Center of Siemens' Award-Winning Internal Comms Project

 

 

In June of 2017, Siemens, the largest industrial manufacturing company in Europe, won the German Prize for Online Communication in the Best Internal Online Communication category. The internal comms award—one of the country’s most prestigious—was given for the SiemensWorld project, which aims to digitally connect and engage the company’s more than 350,000 employees in 109 countries. 

 

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