The practice of IC | A Look Inside Organizations - Part 3
Edition11 - This edition features ten in-house communication professionals from four industries: Pharmaceuticals, Retail, Telecommunications, Utilities & Energy. Each participant explains what the practice of internal communication looks like in their own organization, with an emphasis on 5 key topics.
two commanding research projects conducted in Europe and in the USA. The first examines the status and trends in internal communication in European companies. The second is a two-part research identifying best-in-class practices for employee communication and the gap between the knowledge of what best-in-class global communication leaders reported is effective and what the majority of IC professionals reported to be practising.
EDITION 5 - Key findings based on quantitative and qualitative results found in the report The Next Level, related to how business leaders value internal communication from the perspective of practitioners.
EDITION 2 - Measurement: Linking IC to Business Results provides key advice, research-based resources as well as methods used by in-house communication professionals to demonstrate the impact of their work on business results.
The practice of IC | A Look Inside Organizations - Part 2
Edition10 - This edition features nine communication professionals/executives from eight industries: Consumer Goods, Food & Beverage, Financial Services, Information, Technology & Services Insurance, Law Practice, Mechanical or Industrial Engineering, Oil & Energy. Each participant explains what the practice of internal communication looks like in their own organization, with an emphasis on 5 key topics.
Beyond Tactics | The Strategic Contribution of Communication
EDITION 7 - This edition will help communication professionals to explain what their contribution to organizations can be. It presents the Global Capability Framework developed by the Global Alliance of Public Relations and Communication Management with academics and professional organizations.
Internal Communication in the Eyes of C-Suite Leaders | Perceptions & Expectations
EDITION 4 - Key findings based on qualitative results found in the report The Next Level about how business leaders perceive internal communication and what they expect from practitioners and the function.
EDITION 1 - This is the first instalment of our new publication series 'Research Brief'. 'The Licence to Operate' concisely presents key findings and insights found throughout the 164-page global research report The Next Level on how to be recognized as a trusted advisor and counsellor, and how to advocate the business value of internal communication.
The practice of IC | A Look Inside Organizations - Part 1
EDITION 9 - This edition features eight communication professionals/executives from six industries: Airlines/Aviation, Automotive, Building Materials, Chemicals, Computer Software, and Construction. Each participant explains what the practice of internal communication looks like in their own organization, with an emphasis on 5 key topics.
The Intersection of Internal & External Communication
EDITION 3 - Based on our own qualitative survey as well as interviews with in-house communication professionals from around the world, this edition focuses on the intersection of internal and external communication.
The Next Level is a global research report that examines the reality of the practice inside companies, how business leaders perceive internal communication, and how practitioners can better position themselves as trusted advisors and key business enablers.
There is a gap between where experts think the practice of internal communication should be, and what is really happening in the field. How far have we actually come in 2017? Our collaborators share their views on the progress made over the past months, and what remains to be done in 2018.
With the participation of 30 experts on 6 continents, Disrupting the Function of IC – A Global Perspective, takes a realistic yet critical look at the profession of internal communication and offers a global picture of what lies ahead for IC practitioners. The 222-page book raises issues communication professionals can no longer ignore. More info here.