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Management Handbook


Does anyone have experience of putting a traditional Management Handbook on to an Intranet? What have they included and what have managers accessed and requested to be available?
Neil Thomas

2 Responses

  1. Intranet

    The full employee handbook should ideally be put on the intranet so that all staff have access to it.

    You could also put managers guidance notes on there to assist managers in HR issues and procedures.

    I am currently working with a company in London that has lots of HR documents on the intranet. Under the performance management section there are the appraisal forms, guidance notes, PDP documents + guidance notes and handbook on conducting staff appraisals.

    Sandra Beale

  2. Electronic Performance Support
    In my experience, the most widely used online management “handbook” I’ve encountered is the electronic performance support tool from Harvard Business School, called Harvard ManageMentor. This has a good number of key management topics that are well organised and designed to not only provide background information, but also very practical tools to enable a manager to perform a wide multitude of tasks.

    Of course, you may also be thinking about putting your own internal management handbook online. In which case, I’d suggest taking a look at the Harvard product for how to treat content, as it is certainly better suited to an online environment than just text posted on a website.


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