Have you ever tried to shoot a video yourself? Once upon a time (back when I worked in-house) I needed some video for my intranet.
So I got all the kit together, won some time with leadership and spent a couple of days interviewing them one-by-one. It went great! Only kidding – it was a disaster…
Once upon a time Seth Godin joined a small, struggling software company. His job was to turn science fiction novels into computer games. He was given an aggressive deadline. But what he wasn’t given was enough programmers. Nobody cared about his project. He desperately needed help. The answer? Internal communication.
A client told a funny story on Accelerate – our internal comms masterclass.
Do you have many engineers in your company? My friend runs internal comms at a high-tech company. Software engineers are 30% of her audience. These guys (they’re virtually all men) are highly intelligent, highly paid – and highly unlikely to ever listen to a word that she says. Why? They don’t value communication. Year after […]
After conducting industry-wide research last year (www.internal-communication.com/stateofthesector/), we have found that more and more companies are accepting ‘Bring Your Own Device’ (BYOD) as commonplace in the modern working world. 38% of those surveyed for the report said that BYOD is now an acceptable business practice. More than that, two-thirds of all respondents said that […]
Storytelling is very popular now.
But for communicators, stories have one overlooked benefit that nobody’s talking about: they can create a ‘tamper proof’ package that stops people meddling with your work. Here’s how it works…
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