If you’re choosing and evaluating Content Management Systems (CMSs) you have to take into account a number of different factors to find the most suitable software that’s will work for your organisation and circumstances. Depending on your requirements, an evaluation may need to be quite detailed. For example on a recent client project I evaluated […]
Digital tools are changing the way we work and providing opportunities for organisations to improve processes, innovate, collaborate and engage employees.
Two Hives delivers insights into digital working through consulting, writing and research.
Our areas of focus include intranets, the digital workplace, collaboration, enterprise social networks, crowdsourcing, gamification and knowledge management.
Who we are
Two Hives is run by Steve Bynghall and Kelly Andrews. We're based in London, UK and provide advisory and content services to a variety of companies including global leading brands smaller companies, professional practices, and software vendors and consultancies.
Steve has over twenty years experience of working in the area of online collaboration, intranets and knowledge management, as well as nearly ten years as a professional writer. Kelly has a background in HR and data management, working in the corporate, charity and public sector. Learn more..
What we do
We provide consulting and advisory services, as well as writing and research. We advise clients on strategies, tactics and best practices for deploying and improving intranets, HR portals, social networks and collaboration platforms. We help to define and articulate digital strategies, provide insights for workshops and away days, supply ad hoc advice and also undertake project work.
We also specialise in writing posts, articles, reports, books and whitepapers about digital working which are well-researched, authoritative and written from a position of expertise. Learn more..
Recent insights and posts from the Two Hives blog
When crowdsourcing – either internally inside your organisation or externally to the public – always make sure that you build in some control into the process. Don’t let any decisions or choices reached by the crowd be totally one hundred percent binding. Occasionally crowds can be contrary. There’s a good example of this at the […]
In early March I’ll be speaking on the subject of “The internal digital workplace as an incubator for external facing channels” at the excellent IntraTeam event in Copenhagen. A common theme I’ve seen in even global organisations is that they don’t always have a link between the provision of internal and external client-focused collaboration. Perhaps there might […]
“How big should my intranet team be?” is generally a question considered only by larger organisations and then usually during or after an implementation project. For most companies a more common question is “Do I need a full time intranet manager?”. The default position for most intranets is to under resource the central person or […]
Intranet Directions is a blog about intranet strategy from Steve Bynghall and Chris Tubb. Which way are you heading?