Intranet for Managers
Accelerated Technical Training
for Managers and Project Leaders
- Half day
- Emphasis on management issues
- IT professionals
- Project leaders
- Technical decision-makers
- Users of network technology
- Others interested in learning more about web
site strategy and knowledge management
If you are using,
buying or building an intranet,
this course will help you to assess
your needs and to understand what technology is
available, what it can do for you,
and how others use it.
How can your business use web-based technology
to increase efficiency and
productivity and promote organizational learning
and knowledge sharing?
The key is a human-centered approach
that combines business goals with
user research and strategic project management.
Through lectures and hands-on labs,
you think through your own intranet strategies
This course will equip you to:
- Make technology decisions.
- Explain your company's intranet and the Internet at large.
- List the most commonly-used intranet applications.
- Explain the business uses of each.
- Describe the elements and setup procedures of each.
- Evaluate their benefits and drawbacks.
- Describe some typical usage scenarios.
- Recognize risks, potential abuses, and security issues.
- List security procedures that can be implemented.
- Explain what is available for
employees to use outside the workplace.
- Evaluate and select mechanisms for telecommuting.
- Be able to discuss Internet accounts
with employees and for personal and family use.
- Locate intranet applications in a spectrum of software tools.
- Consider how best to apply them.
- Anticipate company and industry trends.
The course consists of a sequence of chapters
describing intranet-based technologies:
Each chapter includes:
- telnet and ftp
- the Web
- Lotus Notes
- custom-built applications
- legacy systems
- security risks and remedies
- much more...
- Practical examples and real life issues
- A hands-on exercise
Delivery of this course requires a
classroom equipped with:
- an overhead projector
- a PC or workstation for each student
- a PC or workstation for the instructor
- a projector for the instructor's computer screen
- connection to the internet
- a local web server
- workbook repro
The course can be taught in your classroom,
anywhere in the world.
Travel outside the San Francisco Bay Area requires
reimbursement of the instructor's travel expense.