Whatever your reason for planning a new intranet project, designing a platform capable of giving employees an outstanding digital experience can be daunting.

With advice from the experts though, you can learn how to focus on user needs and business objectives, secure resources, and build adoption across your organization.

Join us for part two of our intranet best practices series, as we invite our award-winning intranet strategists to discuss how to plan a modern intranet in the current business environment. Learn from their decades of experience as they discuss how to plan for a human-centric intranet, from mapping your intranet objectives to key business goals and drivers, to gathering requirements, gaining stakeholder buy-in, and beyond.
Thu, Oct 21, 2021 · 3:00 PM London (GMT +1:00)
  • Defining your vision and objectives
  • Putting employees at the heart of your strategy
  • Identifying business focused, enabling feature requirements
  • Where to start now to get it right in 2022
Kelly Freeman
Senior Strategist
Kelly has been a strategist at Interact since June 2013. She joined from Superdrug, a well-known British beauty and health retailer where she was an Internal Communications Manager, responsible primarily for engagement comms. Kelly won Interact's Intranet Manager of the year 2012 and was shortlisted for a Retail Week award for Best Use of Technology in the same year. She has worked on around 300 intranet projects since joining Interact and several of the customers she has worked with have gone on to win significant industry awards.
Allison Maguire
Digital Workplace and Future of Work Strategist
Allison has over 20 years of experience in a variety of technology-linked roles and has worked both as a consultant and held operational and development roles within large enterprise organizations. For the last 15 years, she has focused on enterprise collaboration and mobile technology enablers, knowledge management, and human change management. She holds a Master’s of Science degree in Computer Information Systems from Golden Gate University.

Allison has a natural passion and energy for all things collaboration and enjoys helping organizations embrace the need for evolving ways of working through a holistic approach that focuses on changing the way people work through technology.