Who?

Who the hell are you anyway?

Steve Bynghall

steve_72x72Steve is a London-based consultant and writer specialising in intranets, collaboration, knowledge management and the digital workplace.

After taking an MSc in Information Science from City University in 1996, Steve worked at global accountancy firm BDO in a variety of knowledge and intranet-related roles, before managing the firm’s global extranet programme. In 2010 he formed his own consultancy Two Hives Ltd. where he works for a variety of clients, including many in professional services.

Steve is Research and Knowledge Lead at the Digital Workplace Group, authoring research reports on subjects such as intranet strategy and governance, and carrying out various membership services. He is also part of IBF’s benchmarking team and a consultant for DWG Consulting Services. Steve also regularly works with James Robertson at Step Two Designs, co-ordinating the annual Intranet Innovation Awards and authoring best practice guides to SharePoint and enterprise mobility.  Steve has written extensively including co-writing a book on crowdsouurcing with Ross Dawson, contributing to Paul Miller’s The Digital Workplace and authoring various articles.  Totally unconnected to the strange world of intranets, Steve regularly writes the the text for children’s books for Dorling Kindersley.

Steve lives in North London with his family. He has played in a band for nearly 30 years, achieving nearly 40 likes on its Facebook page.

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Chris Tubb

A picture of Chris TubbChris Tubb is an intranet and digital workplace consultant, based in Brighton, UK.

Working with intranets since 1996 he has done everything wrong with intranets that can be got wrong and he describes himself as a Jack-of-one-trade. He is oddly interested in intranet strategy, governance and metrics, and that lovely/horrifying moment when everything is possible just before a project starts. Before descending into the freelancer afterlife, Chris sailed the corporate high-seas doing every conceivable form of intranet for Orange, the mobile phone company, and then France Telecom group, the incumbent behemoth in France. He never needs to travel to Paris again.

As well as consulting, Chris is a lead benchmarker, blogger and research associate for the Intranet Benchmarking Forum, he also been developing models for mapping and measuring Digital Workplaces, as well as conducting research on user experience in the digital workplace for the Digital Workplace Forum.

In real life Chris lives in Brighton with his family and takes photography too seriously. He dislikes it when people use the word passionate in their bio.

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