Lessons Learned: How Domino's tackled its intranet transformation
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Do employees click away from your intranet the moment they log on? Even worse, is your intranet so clunky and cumbersome that it's the last place they look for company news? This is hard to accept. You spend precious hours writing and editing content your mass employee audience ignores! Domino's faced and successfully overcame this stumbling block. You can too! Join Stacie Barrett for an inspirational session to see how the pizza powerhouse managed to transform its intranet.
- Tips to secure buy-in for a new internal social network
- Ways to use your intranet social network to stimulate conversation
- How you can motivate employees to change behavior on your intranet
- How to turn employee feedback into action: Watch performance soar
- To apply Domino's lessons learned to your intranet to change your culture
Stacie Barrett manages Domino's internal communications, global events, and the digital and in-person communication to franchisees and corporate team members worldwide. She integrates messages from Domino's business units into simple, coherent, understandable communications. Stacie was instrumental in the 2009 launch of Domino's new pizza. She did internal communications, managed the road show for Domino's 5,000 national franchisees, and used storytellers to support this campaign on several channels. She leads the company's Worldwide Rally, translated into 8 languages, and brings 6,000 franchisees and team members from more than 80 countries to Las Vegas for education, inspiration and celebration. Stacie holds a business degree from University of Michigan. She and her husband Carl live in Ann Arbor.