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Last week the nForm team spent a couple days in Banff for our semi-annual staff retreat. This was our first time taking the retreat out of town. Being away from the office gave us the chance to focus on our time together with no outside distractions. We were able to be in the moment with each activity and enjoy the experience. Banff is also one of the most beautiful and picturesque places there is to visit. It’s almost impossible not to have a good time when you’re there. The goal of the trip was to focus on team building and getting to know each other. We have a mix of new and long-standing employees so it was a great way to integrate everyone and reenergize the team. There were no trust falls involved at this retreat, but we did do a lot of recreational activities together. Lisa and I had such a blast planning this trip and thinking about all the things we could do as a group that we have decided to officially become a committee. We now call ourselves the Joyful Occasions Bureau – it’s our JOB to have fun! (We think it’s hilarious!) We didn’t waste any time getting to know everyone… Read More
We often work with communications teams driving the entire Intranet development process. We are told time and time again that Information about Corporate Events is very important and often are told that it is the most important piece of information to include on intranets. One specific question in our survey asked participants to rank the most popular or accessed type of content. Read More
We’re taking our Intranet Foundations Workshop on the road! Join us on November 18, 2014 in Victoria, BC for a full-day focusing on improving your organization’s intranet. Read More
In April, we took on our first original research project and it’s been a very interesting process that I’ve come to enjoy. The topic: Canadian Intranet Practices. Our goal: tap into Canadian organizations. Why: to learn more about how Canadian organizations use intranets. We are currently working through our data and we wanted to share a few preliminary findings throughout the next few weeks. For now, let me share with you a few tidbits from our first look at the results. Read More