Reading Wrap-Up: August 1, 2016

Let’s talk turkey for a moment here… There is so much great stuff out there about internal communications: How to create a strategy, how to measure your success, how to get management to buy into the need for internal communications, etc., etc., etc. I read a lot of...
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Reading Wrap-Up: July 9, 2016

Some weeks are spent simply whacking the moles, chasing the squirrels, and not accomplishing very much. And sometimes, it’s so bad, you have nothing anything to talk about. So, this week, just leaving it at the few articles that I found that may catch your interest… Want to be...
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Reading Wrap-Up: July 2, 2016

This week, there are some interesting – though not surprising – statistics coming out of a recent Pew Research Center survey about social media in the workplace: According to Pew, 42% of workers “hardly ever” or “never” use the internet for job-related tasks. Yet, according to a survey...
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Reading Wrap-Up: June 18, 2016

In 2011, Atos CEO Thierry Breton announced a ban on email, looking to be a “zero email” company. According to Harvard Business Review, five years later: While Atos still hasn’t hit 0% email, the reduction efforts are working. The company has reduced overall email by 60 percent, going...
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Telecommuting Fast Facts…

A group of researchers at Stanford University partnered with a large travel agency in China that was founded by a former Stanford Ph.D. student. The company’s chairman was curious about whether instituting a telecommuting policy would work for his employees and what kind of effect it would have....
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Reading Wrap-Up: June 7, 2016

There are days when sometimes you have to go on  “do not disturb,” channel your muse and find your happy place. Today is one of those days so my ramblings for the week are short… “Results from the latest McKinsey Global Survey on social tools suggest that a...
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