Whether toying with the idea an intranet for the first time or looking into a site redesign, all roads eventually lead to one burning question: How long will it take to build a new intranet?
In workplaces across the globe, businesses are using intranets to improve communication, manage documents and boost efficiency, but a lot of people are still confused about what an intranet really is and how it differs from the Internet.
“I would be so much better at my job if it wasn’t so hard to get information QUICKLY.”
How many times has an employee sat in your office and said something like this? I’ll bet if you got a nickel every time someone did you could probably buy yourself a nice steak dinner.
You've got a great idea. You know enough about SharePoint to know it's the right solution to a problem that's been lingering for months. In fact, you've been thinking about how to implement it and garner buy-in from other people to support your endeavor. The technical team is on board, and you're pretty sure department leads will be all for it.
So let's create some sites and document libraries and run a prototype by stakeholders, right? Actually, let's not. Let's talk about what Functional Requirements are, and why they might just save your skin at the end of the day.