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Welcome to the Intranet Maturity Framework™ wiki. This is a working document and a wiki, which means that "anyone with access to an Internet-connected computer can edit, correct, or improve information throughout simply by clicking the edit page" link (from Wikipedia). An overview of the framework, as well as a help page is available.


Table of Contents

Executive Summary


The Intranet Maturity FrameworkTM


Trends That Will Change Your Intranet:

  1. All intranets are maturing through the stages
  2. Intranet ROI will be pushed to the back burner
  3. Expect intranets to become even more pervasive
  4. User experience matters at last
  5. The Ajax revolution hits the intranet
  6. Blogs come and go but RSS will remain
  7. Wikis gain prominence and get integrated
  8. Social Networking

Ideas to Steal from the Consumer World

Insights from Intranet Managers

A Quantitative Perspective

A Word on the ROI Question



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Comments (6)

Anonymous said

at 1:28 pm on Aug 2, 2006

Might want to think about adding a Creative Commons license to make explicit the terms of reuse ?

Anonymous said

at 4:13 pm on Aug 2, 2006

The framework itself is marked "TM" since it was developed through proprietary research. The evolving nature of the wiki, however, is similar to wikipedia (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Copyrights).

Anonymous said

at 9:25 am on Aug 4, 2006

So you're saying that as long as the trademarked term "Intranet Maturity Framework" is not used, the content itself is GPL'd / copylefted ?

Anonymous said

at 3:52 pm on Aug 7, 2006

The content was originally copyrighted and published in its print version. The wiki version allows the content to develop organically. This means editing, citing, referencing would be fair use (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Fair_use). Meanwhile your thoughts about Creative Commons are good and is considered with your last question about copyleft. Shiv will deal more specifically with explicitness in terms of reuse.

Anonymous said

at 8:37 am on Aug 9, 2006

Sure I understand - but there may come a time when the contents of certain sections will be completely different from what was originally copyrighted, and as such are probably new works (or maybe derivative). The point being that I wonder how interesting it is for people to participate if they don't obtain certain rights, or rights implicitly revert to Razorfish. F

A CC attribution license might work quite well in permanently identifying Razorfish as the original creators of the work while still allowing others to reuse the content as they see fit...

Anonymous said

at 1:57 am on Mar 31, 2007

You've been hacked


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