Summary: The Innovator’s Dilemma, a classic business book, examines how companies can succeed or fail in the face of disruptive innovation. …
Welcome to the latest installment of my interview series with internal comms professionals.
Chris Bicknell is the internal comms manager for the UK and Ireland, a post he’s held for just a few…
🚨 RED ALERT!🚨
Your recruiting department is about to get crushed backfilling the roles of departed employees. Employee Comms can ease the pain by creating content and experiences that can help mitigate attrition.
Prudential’s Pulse of the American Worker Survey conducted by Morning Consult in March 2021 has some eye-popping…
No two newsletters are the same because no two audiences or topics are exactly the same.
Using examples of three newsletters I subscribe to:
With two examples
If you’ve ever received a message letting you know that So and So wants a story on the intranet about X and Y, this post is for you.
Internal comms pros know that “raising awareness” can never stand as a reason to put your team’s energy, resources…
Almost every single piece of content published to your intranet should have a real person’s name attached to it — a byline.
Volumetrics relates to measurement by volume, where volume is an amount or the quantity of your output.
Volumetrics are superficial measurements of some of your team’s success and output. …
Publishing to a platform, rather than to individual channels, is the surest way to increase the return on investment (ROI) for your time, effort, and output. A platform consists of the multitude of channels (or outlets) to which you distribute comms content.
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Welcome to the fourth installment of my interview series with internal comms professionals.