How do organisations create a more collaborative culture? Angela Ashenden, software industry analyst, has been putting large businesses under the social microscope.
Faced with the challenges imposed by the fast-evolving global air transport industry, London Gatwick Airport uses Yammer to open up communications and drive innovation.
At innocent, the European maker of juices, tone of voice is a powerful flavour, permeating their social media, employee engagement, leadership, internal meetings and training.
If you were looking for an essential guide on social business, The Social Business Cookbook by Peter Furtado and Lawrence Clarke may be the tasty answer.
This is the key take away from the collaboration and communications technology event Connected Business Expo 2014. The two-day conference took place this week on 4th and 5th March at Olympia, London.
Global consumer goods company Unilever, opened up its Change Leaders Conference to 16,000 employees. For the first time employees could follow the event in near real-time on Chatter.
GE Healthcare turns the new organisational values into real behaviours by engaging 1,700 plus staff on its customised social platform.
CIPR Inside, Chartered Institute of Public Relations’ specialist group for internal communicators, announced its #insidestory 2014 awards winners at its evening celebration on Thursday 20th February.
Gloria Lombardi was trained by presentation guru Richard Tierney. Both Gloria and Richard tell the story and share the experience. This is what happened.
Can apps support employee communications and help staff to work better? Foko makes photo sharing as easy and relevant inside the enterprise as it is on external networks.
Rovio created the successful Angry Birds brand. A culture of freedom and experimentalism runs through everything they do, including their Google+ employee network.
‘A Cambrian moment‘ is the special report by The Economist that describes the entrepreneurial explosion happening virtually worldwide.
Forget the annual survey – Thymometrics monitors engagement in real time while Miituu catches people’s body language and emotions as well.
“I change how people work by using social tools and practices. I help them to work out loud.” This is how John Stepper defines his role.
Today, many successful companies nurture innovative workspaces, including the twenty businesses that are listed here.
InterTech is the organisation for LGBT techies. Supported by Microsoft and Google and other tech companies, Women@InterTech looks after the group’s members who identify as female.
An important chapter in the history of internal communication was marked by the Lowell Offering.
Communicating Projects explores the key stages of an effective project communication strategy. Plus, Ann Pilkington’s practical manual describes how to ensure stakeholder engagement along the journey.
Pitney Bowes started using Yammer in 2009. After 4 years of growing yammer organically, Pitney Bowes reveals how they are getting serious with a social strategy.
If you were looking for ‘the’ book to show you where the future of communication sits, then you must read ‘Age of Context’ by Robert Scoble and Shel Israel.