Do your employees use personal messaging apps such as WhatsApp at work to help them do their job? I’ve written before about the rise of ‘shadow IT’ – decisions and technology being introduced without the knowledge of corporate IT departments.
“How do you keep a secret in the organisation? Put it on the intranet.” Sound familiar? It doesn’t have to be that way. If your intranet is the place PDFs go to die, there is hope. Today I’ve got a guest
Accepting change is the hardest ask of all – understanding it is easier. A change in a large organisation is usually a smoother process than driving change in a mid to small entity. One takeaway for us, as communicators, is
By Victoria Tomlinson What is the role of a communications professional? Are they there to push out the ‘corporate message’ or to challenge the very core of what the company should be doing? Should comms people have known and challenged the
I have heard a lot this week about productivity and the need to improve it in the UK. But at no point in any of the interviews has anyone mentioned the role Communication can play. It is easy to focus
In the week that we heard the current task facing the NHS was rated as mission impossible by a new report, it was reassuring to see the positive impact that good communications can have during increasingly challenging times. By Ross
I live in a world where transparency, honesty and truth are the pillars of my profession. I spend time with leaders crafting messages to ensure they are clear, factual and honest and we discuss and debate the best way to
I was interested to read the highlights of the State of the Profession survey results published today by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR). In particular there were some trends identified within public sector communication that were highlighted by