Wednesday, March 27 • 11:20am - 11:55am
Transforming an Information-Based Intranet to a Digital Tool That Offers Centralized, Unrestricted Access to Employee-Facing Applications - University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, UPMC

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Years of rapid organizational growth and a history of little IT application governance led to over 1,500 employee-facing applications at UPMC. With no central access point, staff’s ability to find the information and tools needed to do their job became next to impossible.

Internal Communications had already laid a strong foundation with their intranet upgrade two years ago, which focused on strict content management and governance. Now, with the support of Finance, Human Resources, and IT leadership, Internal Communications could start transforming the intranet into a digital tool that offered unrestricted access to the many tools staff need to do their jobs.

Discover first-hand the challenges UPMC faced and how they successfully overcame them, including how to:

  • Roll out a new phase of your digital workplace
  • Streamline content
  • Improve search
  • Increase adoption, employee engagement, and productivity

Katelyn Blough, Manager, Internal Communications
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, UPMC

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Katelyn Blough

Manager, Internal Communications, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, UPMC
Katelyn Blough is manager of internal communications at UPMC, one of U.S. News & World Report's "Best Hospitals." She began her career by assisting with an intranet upgrade to SharePoint 2013. At the time, she had little knowledge of what an intranet was, but quickly gravitated towards... Read More →

Wednesday March 27, 2019 11:20am - 11:55am
Las Vegas Convention Center