‘How to arrange your communications department’

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2011

The announcement of an acquisition immediately puts the spotlight on the companies involved: it asks serious questions of their internal communications and employee engagement, their shareholder and investment relations, and their self-image and...

It seems to me that irrespective of what the crisis or change is, successful communication requires three things to be present: executive buy-in, appropriate resources and an effective face-to-face channel

Executive buy-in...

To take on responsibility for the reorganisation of your communications department can be equal parts a daunting prospect and an exhilarating challenge.

Who doesn’t like the opportunity, to arrange the toys according to one’s own...

Organisations should be concerned with organising their communications for several reasons.

The legal and regulatory environments call for more responsiveness in how organisations address their internal and external constituencies. These...

TNT’s division into two separate entities has affected how they manage their communication.

We spoke to their communications director, Robin Boone, to find out more.

In December 2010, TNT announced plans to split into two...

Has your organisation begun to use Twitter, LinkedIn and/or Facebook to engage beyond or within its boundaries? Is managing the content demands of social media tools proving challenging because most of your communications resources are still...

Someone once said that good communication is as stimulating as black coffee and is just as hard to sleep after: I wish that we all have as many sleepless nights as possible from good and motivating communication!

Unfortunately, after...