Part of the ‘Bridging the Intranet Adoption Chasm’ series
You have just launched a brand new site. All the bells and whistles are there. Every feature you could possibly implement, and everything your research said anybody could possibly want to do. Plus a few extra cool things you once saw at a conference.
The first few days look good. Lots of people are logging on. Usage statistics are great. The stakeholders’ hopes are high that before long, this site will be the buzzing information and social hub of the company.
But after a week or two the usage starts to level off, and after a month it’s reduced to a slow trickle. By your first bi-annual review the usage remains low, and you are left wondering where to go from here.
So, what just happened?
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