The Worldwide Intranet Challenge (WIC) is a global partnership of people who are passionate about helping organisations deliver better intranets and digital workplaces.
Feel free to contact any one of the following people if you are interested in participating in the WIC or if you have any questions.
Andrew Wright is the chief WIC guy. Located in Melbourne, Australia, he started the WIC in April 2009. He also delivers intranet workshops and provides intranet consulting services.
Phone: +61 3 9005 7407
Stephan Schillerwein is based in Zürich, Switzerland. He is the Director of Research at Infocentric Research AG. Stephan is an intranet professional with over 10 years experience, a regular speaker at conferences & publisher of numerous intranet articles, including a page of intranet case studies.
Natalia Shvetsova is from Moscow, Russia. She has many years experince with intranets, content development, & internal communication. Her career goal is to help users to collaborate more efficiently'. Use Google Translate to check out her Russian blog about intranets.
Guido Stevens is from Maastricht, Netherlands. Guido is passionate about innovation, learning, open standards and open source. He has his own company, Cosent, whose goal is to enhance our collective intelligence by improving knowledge flows in networked organizations.
Kristian Norling lives in Gothenburg, Sweden where he runs the intranet conference Intranätverk. Kristian has been working with online communications & intranets in many different roles for over a decade. He has his own intranet and digital workplace consultancy, Norling & Company.
Near the historical city of Rome, Italy lives Giacomo Mason. He delivers training and consulting for public and private entities about intranets, writing online, usability, internal communication and web 2.0. He also manages the popular Italian Intranet Management web site.
Susan Hanley is based in Washington, DC. She helps organizations build successful intranet & collaboration solutions using SharePoint. She runs her own business - Susan Hanley LLC, is co-author of Essential SharePoint 2010 & Essential SharePoint 2013 & blogs at NetworkWorld.com.
Wedge Black, known as just Wedge, works in the UK as an intranet and communications consultant. Since 2004, he has launched and grown intranets as an in-house manager and as a consultant. Wedge shares his experience regularly at Kilobox Communiqué, and on Twitter. Wedge@kilobox.net
Mads Richard Møller lives close to Copenhagen, Denmark. He has been working as an intranet consultant for his own company Intracom Consult since 2000. He is founder and facilitator of Intra2, an intranet community with participants from more than 200 Danish companies.
Near Los Angeles, United States, Jennifer Hickok is part of the web center at Loma Linda University Health. She directs the intranet which serves both university & healthcare professionals. She is happiest when helping people by finding solutions through technology to business problems.
Marcel Castellani Aldecoa is a SharePoint Architect from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has 17 years experience in IT & is a member of the board at the Intranet Portal Institute. Recently he completed his MBA with honours in IT Management. His thesis was on Enterprise 2.0 & its impact on management.
Maish Nichani is from Singapore. He is the Managing Director of Pebble Road, specialists in large websites, intranets and apps. He is also the author of the hugely popular (and free) Manager's Guidebook on Intranet Redesign Projects. His core experience is designing simple and usable stuff!
If you are passionate about the how intranets can improve the way people work, then contact Andrew Wright to discuss becoming a WIC partner. He would like to talk to people from Spain, Turkey, the Middle East, Africa, Asia & South American countries (pretty much everywhere really!).
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