Technology has increased the choice of options for interacting with colleagues, whether in the same office or in another country. But that only means that the potential for misunderstanding is greater than ever.
A recent study by software company SAP found a significant correlation between employee engagement and internal news that helps users understand the company strategy and provides immediately useful and work-relevant information.
Silicon Valley is famous for giving birth to the most innovative and fast growing companies in our day and age.
The employer brand is the champion running the race in today’s global talent marathon.
When ANZ launched its first global enterprise social network, it was a major step forward to achieving its goal of being a leading social-enabled enterprise in financial services.
To attract today’s talent it isn’t enough to highlight the work your organisation does. Potential employees want to know what it feels like to work in it. For this, Siemens found that a simple cardboard device came in handy.
There may be strength in numbers, but a crisis can hurt a trade association just as much as a private company or other organisation. But by following five communications steps, associations can prepare themselves for the worst.
Companies with a durable character are more trusted by people around them.
This directly impacts their long-term success, as it makes key stakeholders more loyal and willing to advocate on their behalf.
Digital media is transforming how organisations work. The twin factors of technology empowerment and the democratisation of work is enabling companies to deconstruct, disperse and detach work from employment.
How do you counter fake news? “With the facts, of course!” is the invariable reply from my colleagues. As scientists and engineers, they’re primed to say that. And they’re wrong.