Employee advocacy is one of those general terms that is often used to describe something quite specific. Increasingly it now refers to a programme or initiative which encourages employees to use their individual social media channels to promote their employer, usually by sharing suitable communications and content. On the face of it these types of […]
Two Hives delivers insights into digital working through consulting, writing and research.
Our areas of focus include intranets, the digital workplace, collaboration, external-facing websites, enterprise social networks, and knowledge management.
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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..
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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
Recently, we’ve heard a lot about chatbots and their use within the digital workplace and for internal communications. This was a recurrent theme at the recent IntraTeam conference in Copenhagen. Many of us agree chatbots have many potential uses and their widespread deployment in the digital workplace is coming soon. So far, beyond the use of chatbots […]
When wearable tech took a step backwards with the failure, of Google Glass, there was perhaps a perception that the widespread adoption of wearable technology within the digital workplace had stalled. The 2015 Gartner Emerging Technology Hype Cycle also suggested wearables were just passing through the “Peak of inflated expectations” and were about to tumble […]
Over the years the University of Liverpool have done some great work in the mobile app space, both internally and externally-facing. They’ve won a couple of Intranet & Digital Workplace Awards. and I’ve also seen Paul Hagan, the leader of the team, speak on a number of occasions and talk a lot of sense about […]