3 intranets your organization should emulate

Looking for ways to make your internal network appealing, informative and in tune with your organization’s culture? These intranets offer helpful ideas.

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“Imitation is the sincerest [form] of flattery,” Charles Caleb Colton famously wrote in “Lacon, Or, Many Things in a Few Words: Addressed to Those who Think Lately” in 1824.

Below are some highly effective intranets you could, um, flatter, by using their incredible ideas:

1. San Diego Humane Society & SPCA

Elkie Wills, director of community engagement at the San Diego Humane Society (SDHS), was responsible for planning and implementing an intranet for the organization. Wills designed the intranet, named FEtCH, to align with SDHS’s current brand and to highlight the organization’s focus on finding homes for animals.

To keep with that theme, Wills gave the intranet’s features names like, “Meow Madness,” “Most Pawsitive Player” and “In The Mews” (an adorable play on words for “company news“).

FEtCH has become the go-to resource for information regarding career opportunities, benefits, workers’ compensation and calendars—all accessible from FEtCH’s home page.

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