This Week’s Intranet & Digital Workplace-Related Posts (August 5-9, 2013)

Because I’ve been away on holiday, this week’s list of recommended posts is going to be short.

(And by holiday, I mean a real holiday when peeking into work email or even thinking about work is absolutely prohibited. Have you had one? It’s great, you should try it.)

Here are this week’s blog posts I recommend:

Forrester: Mobile Engagement Is More Complex Than Any One Provider’s Capabilities

One doesn’t need a crystal ball to know that mobile access is the future (or already the present). However, it seems everyone is still struggling to find the best way to achieve it. This post makes a good case for a multi-disciplinary approach to mobile.

Boost productivity through effective BYOD strategy

BYOD or Bring Your Own Device is inescapable in the enterprise. According to this article, instead of seeing staff devices as potential threats, companies should make the most of them to their advantage.


FIR Interview: Corey Connors on intranet activity streams

I’ve always been a big fan of activity streams on the intranet, as I’ve written about here and here. In this audio interview, Corey Connors talks about the role of the activity stream in his company, Fehr & Peers.

Colors or numbers?

If you have no time to read anything else, then read this. In all of 96 words, Seth Godin argues that measuring shouldn’t be limited to numbers, but should also focus on colors. Read to find out what he meant by that.

That’s it for this week’s list of recommended reading on intranet- and digital workplace-related posts.

I’m sure I missed something, so do me a favor and let me know which posts you think I ought to read. Post the links in the comments below.

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