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The answer to this one question has always been the killer content for every intranet: what’s for lunch today? If you have a cafeteria, the caterer will usually provide you with a menu. If that’s not the case, your employees can use the intranet to arrange to meet up to eat. Some companies favor or even force cross-departmental communication with “lunch meet up” features like these. When you think of our “Intergalactic Flight Plan” for onboarding, you’ll remember several prompts: Go for a meal with the partners. Go for a meal with another team. Go for another meal with a different team. And so on.

Overview of the lunch menu on our intranet (source file: https://seibert.biz/mittagessenimintranet)

Most people want to eat something warm at least once a day. And this is where our software helps to bring people together. Lunch is a classic way for your intranet team to deliver very valuable content and even give it a social bent if required.

Link to this page: https://seibert.biz/intranetbooklunch


The Social Intranet

Foster collaboration and strengthen communication. Be effective with enterprise intranets mobile and in the cloud.

Virtual Collaboration in Companies: Social Intranets as a Digital Home 

Never before has the business world been so overrun by cloud software and specialized vendors as it is now. There is so much software out there that it is becoming increasingly difficult to keep track of things. It is all the more important for the future of work to have a place for digital meeting - a reliable home port meaningfully networked with numerous other systems that makes it quick and easy to navigate. This will increase transparency in the company and make collaboration more effective. Based on many years of experience, this book tells you how it already works in today's digitalized world and which trends you probably should rather than shouldn't follow.

About the author

Martin Seibert was 17 when he founded the software company Seibert Media. Twenty-four years later, it has nearly 200 employees and generates 35 million euros in annual sales. He has been sharing his enthusiasm for technology in YouTube videos for many years - and now also in his new book about social intranets.


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This page was last edited on 03/31/2021.