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Driving Employee Engagement Through A Social Intranet

Federal Communicators Network

Thursday, January 16, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)

Driving Employee Engagement Through A Social Intranet

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A National Archives event, with special guests, the Federal Communicators Network

The National Archives Office of Innovation and the Federal Communicators Network welcome you to learn from NARA's experiences implementing a social intranet and network with your peers in government communications and community management. Kelly Osborn, Web Developer and Community Manager for NARA's Internal Collaboration Network, will take us step-by-step through the process of establishing the network, managing the various technical and cultural challenges, and measuring success.

Also at this event, we’ll welcome and introduce the recently elected 2014 Federal Communicators Network leadership team. FCN is a membership organization of government employees managing U.S. agency communications.

8:30-9:30 Networking
9:30-10:00 FCN Congratulations Ceremony
10:00-11:00 Presentation
11:00-11:30 Q&A

Moderator: Dannielle Blumenthal, Digital Engagement Director, The National Archives


What You Will Learn:

  • How to define the requirements for a social intranet
  • The complex relationship between an "information" intranet and a "collaboration space"
  • Managing stakeholder relationships
  • Identifying issues preventing wider adoption
  • Measuring engagement and using that to inform a broader strategy

 

Kelly's Bio:
Kelly Osborn is the Community Manager for the National Archives's Internal Collaboration Network and is a web developer on the Innovation staff. Before coming to work at NARA, Kelly worked as a web developer for the publishers of Atlantic Monthly and Science Magazine, as well as the Smithsonian's American Art Museum. She moved to the DC area from Arizona to get a Masters in Art History at American University. The program requires two theses; the one in her area of research -- American art -- was on performance art and feminism.


Getting to the National Archives:

The National Archives is located at 700 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20408. There are parking garages available within a few city blocks, but the easiest way to get here is via Metro. We are on the Green Line and at the Archives-Navy Yard-Penn Quarter stop.

Visitors should plan to arrive 15 minutes before the event, and enter through the Constitution Ave. NW Exhibit Entrance (between 7th and 9th Streets). Please bring a valid photo ID with you and expect to go through security. NARA staff will be available to escort you from the security area to the meeting space in the Jefferson Conference Room.

Here's a map to help you navigate to the National Archives.

Have questions about Driving Employee Engagement Through A Social Intranet? Contact Federal Communicators Network

When & Where


The Innovation Hub at the US National Archives & Records Administration
700 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20408

Thursday, January 16, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM (EST)


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Federal Communicators Network

The Federal Communicators Network offers communications best practices, training, networking, and other opportunities for federal government employees. FCN is an independent, professional organization of volunteers founded 1995. FCN members are government employees managing U.S. government communications.

Communications best practices, training, networking, and other opportunities for federal government employees. The Federal Communicators Network is an independent, professional organization of volunteers founded 1995.Communications best practices, training, networking, and other opportunities for federal government employees. The Federal Communicators Network is an independent, professional organization of volunteers founded 1995. - See more at: http://fedcommnetwork.blogspot.com/#sthash.iozdxL76.dpufCommunications best practices, training, networking, and other opportunities for federal government employees. The Federal Communicators Network is an independent, professional organization of volunteers founded 1995. - See more at: http://fedcommnetwork.blogspot.com/#sthash.iozdxL76.dpufCommunications best practices, training, networking, and other opportunities for federal government employees. The Federal Communicators Network is an independent, professional organization of volunteers founded 1995. - See more at: http://fedcommnetwork.blogspot.com/#sthash.iozdxL76.dpu
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