Intranet becomes an information hub
From 17 January, the intranet homepage will have a new information flow including administrative news, management information and debates. The vision is that the intranet will eventually become an information hub, where employees can find most of what they need on an everyday basis.
The communication department has taken a holistic view of its content and in its new content strategy, they are working with target groups to create greater clarity, efficiency and to reach out to as many people as possible.
As part of this change, Campi is being discontinued as a magazine, but the content will be integrated into the internal and external websites and published there instead.
In future, articles such as portraits of employees, various exciting research or student projects, reporting on pedagogics, courses or different campuses will be published at KTH.se and oriented towards both employees and external target groups.
News of a more internal nature will be published on the intranet. Articles concerning e.g. new administration rules or procedures, management decisions or information about internal services that are part of the internal news flow, can be read there. The intranet news flow will be published in both Swedish and English to reach as many employees as possible. Anyone wishing to debate important questions will also have the opportunity to do so.
The intranet content will, in its turn, be pushed out via the newsletters that are already being or will be produced at the five different KTH schools. These newsletters are distributed to employees at the respective schools.
Marianne Norén is an internal communicator and managing editor of the intranet.
Text: Jill Klackenberg