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Management article
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Reference no. U0005B
Authors: Anonymous Author
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Update", 2000
Length: 2 pages

Abstract

Underdeveloped and underutilized, intranets get no respect--until companies see how useful a good one can be. Instead of using the Intranet to simply post HR policies, some companies are using them for knowledge management, training programs, and employee-to-employee information sharing. Building a more robust intranet allows companies to automate routine tasks, provide easy access to communication, reduce G&A accounting costs, and organize and communicate data.

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Abstract

Underdeveloped and underutilized, intranets get no respect--until companies see how useful a good one can be. Instead of using the Intranet to simply post HR policies, some companies are using them for knowledge management, training programs, and employee-to-employee information sharing. Building a more robust intranet allows companies to automate routine tasks, provide easy access to communication, reduce G&A accounting costs, and organize and communicate data.

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