Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

Driving Team Efficiency: Scrum for Internal Communications

“We work in small, interdisciplinary teams that use methods like Kanban and Scrum.”


One might expect to hear such a statement coming from a software developer, but there it was in the November 2017 issue of the German internal communications magazine BEYOND, being spoken by Claudia Tillmann, head of Brand Experience at Yello, a sales and marketing company for energy and energy-related services.

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How to Boost Employee Engagement with Awesome Internal Communication

We've talked before about how internal communication is a field that requires constant rethinking. With that thought in mind, we've come up with 18 great new ideas for making improvements in this crucial area. 18 is no small number, so, in the interest of speeding things up (see point #11), let's get down to business. 

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[Slides] How an Employee App Fits Best With your Intranet and Digital Workplace Strategy

 

With so many companies thinking about a mobile channel for their employee communication, a great deal of interest has arisen around how an employee app can fit with an organization’s intranet and digital workplace strategy. In fact, along with a few other issues, including how to onboard users; the state of security; and what to do with an employee app, the question of how an employee app can fit into an organization’s existing intranet and be integrated into its other channels for internal communication is one of the chief issues in communication departments around the world.

 

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4 Reasons Why a Successful Employee Engagement App Is More Than a Snap

Employee engagement apps are increasingly popular among organizations looking for mobile-first ways to stimulate workplace commitment. But they often fail to live up to their fullest potential. Much like a Snap, there's a risk that any engagement they do manage to create will be ephemeral. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here's why.

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Digital Transformation for Non-Desk Workers — A Major Challenge for CIOs and CDOs

Digital Transformation has its greatest potential impact as it relates to the core business process of organizations, which is the creation of goods and services for consumers. In most companies this process involves employees who are not connected to a desk: production workers, retail personnel/frontliners, call-center agents, bus drivers, nurses, service staff, etc.

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