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eBook The Human Side of Intranets: Content, Style, and Politics ePub

by Jerry W. Koehler,Thom Dupper,Marvin D. Scaff,Fred Reitberger,Patti Paxson

  • ISBN: 1574441752
  • Category: Networking and Cloud Computing
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Jerry W. Koehler,Thom Dupper,Marvin D. Scaff,Fred Reitberger,Patti Paxson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (October 27, 1997)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1920 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1580 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 123

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by Jerry W. Koehler (Author), Thom Dupper (Author), Marvin D. Scaff (Author), Fred Reitberger (Author), Patti Paxson (Author) & 2 more.

by Jerry W. ISBN-13: 978-1574441758. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Koehler, Thom Dupper, Marvin D. Scaff, Fred Reitberger . The Purpose of This Book. Content, Style, and Politics. Intranet Springboards. Scaff, Fred Reitberger, Patti Paxson. This book makes taking your company into the 21st century a manageable feat! Table of Contents.

Patti Paxson Fred Reitberger Marvin D. Scaff Thom Dupper Jerry W. Koehler. Destination, rates & speeds. 3. The Human Side of Intranets. Paxson Patti Reitberger Fred Scaff Marvin D. Dupper Thom Koehler Jerry W. Published by Taylor & Francis Group

Patti Paxson Fred Reitberger Marvin D. Published by Taylor & Francis Group. ISBN 10: 1574441752 ISBN 13: 9781574441758.

Jerry W. Intranets have changed the way organizations around the world communicate. CRC Press Published October 27, 1997 Reference - 272 Pages ISBN 9781574441758 - CAT SL1752. Many business people are intimidated by this technological revolution-but they need not be! The Human Side of Intranets guides you through the daunting task of transforming communication within your business. This book is for every non-technical person charged with the task of creating or contributing to a company intranet system.

The book discusses the politics that are involved and what obstacles you may need to overcome.

book by Marvin D. Scaff. Many business people are intimidated by this technological revolution-but they need not be The Human Side of Intranets guides you through the daunting task of transforming communication within your business. The book discusses the politics that are involved and what obstacles you may need to overcome.

Dupper, . Scaff, . Reitberger, . Paxson, . The human side of intranets: Content, style & politics. Boca Raton: St. Lucie Press 1998. Krackhardt, . Constraints on the interactive organization as an ideal type. Donnellon, A. (ed. : The post-bureaucratic organization: New perspectives on organizational change. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage 1994, S. 211–222. Brass, . Intraorganizational networks: The micro side. In: Wasserman, . Galaskiewicz, J. : Advances in social network analysis.

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The Human Side of Intranets, Jerry W. Scaff, Fred Reitberger and Patti Paxson CRC . Scaff, Fred Reitberger and Patti Paxson CRC Press. It is interesting to note that John Wiley & Sons, one of the leading global publishers, had two intranet books on its list, both of which were probably commissioned in 1995. There was also a shift in the focus of the books being published, notably The Human Side of Intranets – content, style and politics by Jerry Koehler and his colleagues which was probably the first book to examine what would now be referred to as intranet governance. This book still retains its relevance today. Scaff, Fred Reitberger, Patti Paxson : The Human Side of. . Scaff, Fred Reitberger, Patti Paxson : The Human Side of Intranets: Content, Style, and Politics the human side of intranets content style and politics jerry w koehler thom dupper marvin d scaff fred reitberger patti paxson the human side of intranets content style and politics jerry w koehler thom dupper marvin d scaff fred reitberger patti.

Intranets have changed the way organizations around the world communicate. Many business people are intimidated by this technological revolution-but they need not be! The Human Side of Intranets guides you through the daunting task of transforming communication within your business. This book is for every non-technical person charged with the task of creating or contributing to a company intranet system. It goes through the process step-by-step, from initial concept to launch and beyond. The Human Side of Intranets avoids information overload, addressing three critical dimensions of creating an effective and valuable intranet-content, style, and politics. It demonstrates how intranets are not about technology, but about people and the way they communicate. Real-world examples and proven tactics for problem-solving are given to show you the way. This book makes taking your company into the 21st century a manageable feat!

Comments

Skiletus Skiletus
It is way to basic, if you've been running an intranet in a largish size company then you don't need this book. If you just got thrown to the wolves though then this may (or may not help). I can't honestly recommend this book.
Ylal Ylal
Already from the start I enjoyed this book. A book which shows that intranets are --indeed-- about people and not technology. Although my background is quite technical (UNIX admin...) I recognize that it is not technology in the first place which needs attention. Good structured, nice to read. The first 4 chapters were (for me) most valuable. The rest of the book is a very handy guide for implementing and learning the processes involved. So a big relief and I recommend this book to everybody who is able to look *beyond* the technology...
Dianalmeena Dianalmeena
You would think that with five authors there would be something useful in this book. Unfortunately, this book is all about the politics of Intranets and not about actually building one. There is one page with an outline of possible Intranet topics, but other than that there is no help on Intranet content.