Back in May 2012, brightsolid, UK online technology company, implemented the social platform MangoApps to facilitate internal communications, improve workflow and collaboration.
A six-month field study by Paul Leonardi at Northwestern University aimed to prove that an enterprise social network can dramatically boost a company’s ability to find expert knowledge inside.
By Gloria Lombardi The topic of gamification is getting a great deal of attention in the current times. We often hear about ‘scoring’ and ‘points’ when using our social media …
Leading UK retailer John Lewis is run by its Partners and the vision that success is powered by people. Their Pitch initiative is an internal project generating ideas to innovate customer experience online.
Two months ago, CIPR Inside – Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ group for internal communicators – nominated their new Chair, James Harkness. We caught up with him to learn about the group’s vision and plans for the year.
Founded in 1945, Grundfos, the world’s largest manufacturer of pumps, employs more than 19,000 workers worldwide. See how social media plays a crucial role in the company’s efforts to create a ‘Global Working Culture’.
What does a ‘Rising Star’ in internal comms look like? And why is it critical for the industry to recognise young talent? Gloria Lombardi caught up with Michelle Morgan, Senior Consultant in Internal Communications at VMA Group, to discuss the initiative.
In the current workplace, many of us strive to make an impact through our work. We are now required to be artists, create value and meaning for our connections. In “The Icarus Deception: How High Will You Fly?’, Seth Godin explains what this implies for our individual careers and the organisations we work for.
What does ‘sustainable’ employee engagement really mean? And why is it so critical for organisations to get it right? Gloria Lombardi caught up with Emma Donaldson-Feilder, Director and co-founder of Affinity Health at Work, to discuss their recent CIPD study.