‘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.
Faced with the challenge of moving thousands of colleagues to a new email system, Danish company Grundfos used their Yammer network to smooth the transition.
How should companies react to digital transformation? According to author Lisa Arthur, they must respond by using, leveraging and applying data all across the organisation.
#BrandVandals by Steve Earl and Stephen Waddington describes the impact that social media-empowered individuals can have on organisations.
In What’s the Future of Business? Solis describes how social and mobile technologies have been impacting on new ways of doing business.
Lafarge, the world’s largest cement manufacturer, is using a knowledge management platform to spread the company’s best practices to 40,000 employees across 63 countries.
The name of Siemens is famous throughout the world for 165 years of communications technology – so how do you rename such an iconic brand and relaunch your offering to staff and customers at the same time?
‘Brand Champions’ shows the link between employee and brand engagement, making a compelling case for branding as something that belongs to each employee of the organisation.
Stephen Waddington has been getting a lot of buzz lately – not only for his popular book #BrandVandals, but he’s also been elected as President of the CIPR for 2014.
In his new book ‘Social Physics’, Sandy Pentland describes why and how people who are engaged with social networks can make better decisions.
Gloria Lombardi attends the Manners and Murphy’s conference on employee engagement, to report on how large companies are dealing with this area inside their organisations.
‘The Socially Enabled Enterprise’ study by Social Media Today, describes why and how leading firms are making social business an essential part of their overall business strategy.