20 Questions that could change your intranet:

  • 1. The mission of your intranet is to:

    2. The best way to characterize employee usage of the intranet is:

  • 3. The best description of your intranet's user experience is:

    4. Your intranet is championed by

  • 5. Your intranet's home page includes:

    6. The content on your intranet includes:

  • 7. The best way to describe the technology supporting your intranet is:

    8. User complaints about your intranet most often focus on:

  • 9. Your organization's intranet team is made up of:

    10. Your intranet team's approach to improving user experience include:

  • 11. Conversations with senior management about your intranet tend to sound like:

    12. Your intranet budget for next year includes the following areas of investment:

  • 13. Intranet standards management in your organization includes:

    14. Your intranet's governing body is:

  • 15. Measuring the effectiveness of your intranet focuses on:

    16. Search

  • 17. Content management

    18. Social Media

  • 19. Mobile Capabilities

    20. Future/ongoing improvement

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Tracy Beverly

Tracy has 20 years' experience working with clients to develop and implement best-in-class intranets in support of business productivity and successful user experience. Eminently practical and detail-oriented, she focuses on content organization and quality, corporate information and communications, information architecture, regional/international/divisional management and governance, and real-world usability testing.

Tracy is a certified project manager with extensive international experience, sometimes working with 100+ countries on a single project. She has supported projects through implementation of new designs, new technologies, content management system migrations, and offshore development.

Early in her career she was Global Director of PricewaterhouseCoopers' KnowledgeCurve intranet, named by CIO to their Top Intranets list three years in a row. She has consulted to the URS Corporation's intranet since its inception in 2001 and continuing through three subsequent versions, the last of which was named to the Nielsen Best Intranet 2010 list.

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Susan O'Neill

Susan O'Neill is a retired principal of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), one of the world's largest professional services firms, and has more than twenty years of experience in leading and executing intranet and Internet strategies on a global level. Her experience as the leader of PwC's global web strategy included migrating more than 130 territory sites to a new UI and content strategy as well as technology platform. In addition, she drove the creation of the firm's global intranet, used by PwC employees in more than 100 territories. At PwC, Susan successfully led multidisciplinary global teams with resources from various departments including Brand, Marketing, Knowledge Management, and IT.

Susan has worked with senior executives around the globe to develop and successfully execute business strategies dependent on effective integration of web technologies.

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Edward Walter

Ed comes from a design background and has led teams in solving interface, usability and navigation problems inherent in the online space. He has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers (originally Coopers & Lybrand) and Watson Wyatt Worldwide, ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), Aetna Inc., Pfizer, Ernst & Young, Schlumberger, URS, Tyco and Lockheed Martin on collaboration tools, employee benefits programs, health portals, financial reporting platforms and other intranet-related projects.

Ed's work has been published widely, and he has delivered talks to business groups and universities both domestically and internationally. He is a faculty member of Parsons The New School for Design.

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