Implementing Corporate Intranets: Lessons Learned from Two High-Tech Firms.
Intranets are perhaps the hottest applications in the field of telecommunications today. The rapid growth of this application belies the fact that it has received little systematic study present in the academic literature. Presents two separate cases of corporate intranets that have been recently implemented. The focus of this report is to characterize the intranet implementations vis-a-vis the traditional systems development process. In so doing, an attempt is made to highlight the potential pitfalls through the lessons learned. As a starting-point in the systematic study of intranets, a better definition is also introduced and a framework that captures and more accurately describes the wide variety of potential intranets.
|Main Author:||Wagner, William P.|
|Other Authors:||Chung, Q. B., Baratz, Todd.|