Don't Let M&A Start An Intranet Fire Drill
A Rush To Create A Common Intranet Compromises Business Value
July 25, 2011
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Rushing to create a common intranet after companies merge or consolidate is ill-advised on both tactical and strategic grounds. Content and collaboration professionals should build a temporary or transitional site to serve short-term communication and information needs and plan carefully for strategic improvements to a unified intranet environment.
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