After trying the Gleek app on my work phone, I discovered a set of great public intranet lists made by some of the people I follow on Twitter:
- Richard Hare: https://twitter.com/richardhare/intranet
- Wedge: https://twitter.com/wedge/intranet
- James Royal-Lawson: https://twitter.com/beantin/intranet
- Rebecca Jackson: https://twitter.com/_rebeccajackson/intranet
- Intranetizen team: https://twitter.com/Intranetizen/lists/starintranetcontent
- Sam Marshall: https://twitter.com/sammarshall/lists/intranets
- Andrew Wright: https://twitter.com/roojwright/lists/intranets
- Chris McGrath: https://twitter.com/intranetchris/lists/all-intranet-all-the-time
I also had my own list since before: https://twitter.com/patrikbergman/lists/intranets
There are of course more lists, but looking through these, quite a few people appear in all lists or as people followed by the above (not in all cases, but you get the idea), such as:
- Jeff Willinger
Thanks to the app, I not only found public lists I hadn’t seen before. I also found new people to follow. Meanwhile, being influential in the intranet world, all these people and organizations not only have a responsibility to come up with great ideas, but also to publicly debate what really is the best way forward for intranets. I do to.
I look forward to an interesting intranet year, when I get back from the paternity leave. Then I will perhaps have more time to analyze the tweets of all people above, while launching a new intranet to my colleagues.
Now off to play.