Agree with Lisa on her second bullet. We have “content managers” or “knowledge managers” that are trained in sharepoint and are in charge of their own division’s page. The look and feel should remain the same throughout the intranet, but it’s important that people are assigned to update and expand the areas they know best. This also means the architecture of the site is important.
Also, don’t try to do too much up front. The intranet will evolve, talk to your coworkers after it launches and see if there are areas that can be added or improved. Good luck!
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