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As new employee onboarding and software user onboarding converge, Pendo's Michael Peach explains five key principles to optimizing both experiences.

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Most companies have an org chart, and most people use it on a regular basis. You browse the org chart to find information for a specific purpose – usually when someone joins the company, to put a face to a name, to look up contact information, or any time you need to get in touch with someone or find important information about work.

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We're excited to announce we've made the list for the second year in a row, with 138 percent revenue growth.

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This week we’re celebrating our most recent accolade, being named the Best Intranet Software by CMS Critic.

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If you work at a start-up or SMB you may be thinking: my company doesn’t need an intranet. We’re too small. An intranet is something for corporate offices, not for environments like the one you work in. We communicate and collaborate just fine. Our question to you: do you have a central place to store all the content, knowledge, and expertise your employees need to be productive and engaged at work?

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Progressive companies are turning to digital workplace strategies to prepare for the next wave of business. And modern, social intranets are becoming the tool of choice to help them realize this vision.

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In the second part of our series, we explore the business challenge of knowledge management. Find out how three modern knowledge-sharing practices can result in some serious benefits for your company.

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In this four-part series, we’ll take an in-depth look at some of the top challenges organizations face that can be alleviated by a modern intranet. In the first part of the series, we’ll talk about the issues companies are facing with collaboration.

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Your new team members are bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and ready to get down to business. Give them the tools they need to hit the ground running.

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You’ve got the pinball machine and the ice cream on site — but is that enough to keep your employees engaged day in and day out?

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  • Employee engagement …
    Sarah Cinelli says:
    Well written!
    4 months ago
  • Simplifying the hiri…
    Rick Andrade says:
    Thanks for the insight Sarah - a mentor program is a great idea! And it could even extend past the onboarding process - you could use an intranet to help facilitate a mentorship program within the company to help connect people who are looking for some guidance in their careers.
    In terms of the Newbie Zone, ideally anyone could go in to answer…
    5 months ago
  • Simplifying the hiri…
    Sarah Cinelli says:
    I really like the idea of the newbie zone. Who answers the questions though? Other newbies? I like this. A team off the bat.
    I also think that a mentor program could work through the intranet. Where seasoned staff volunteer to be matched with a newbie to assist with the onboarding process. 
    5 months ago
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    [email protected] says:
    Great article - interesting perspective and approaches.
    5 months ago

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