Cyber-crime is on the rise. Your organization is at more risk today than ever – and that risk will continue to rise. How safe are you really? How exposed are you to hackers – and how equipped are you to thwart them?
Are you finding it harder to get your compliance communications heard? Are you at risk of your staff missing important messages? You’re not alone.
Technology will transform healthcare in 2020. As hospitals and clinics develop new tools to meet medical, patient and competitive demands, the pace of this transformation will increase.
We’re exposed to messages everywhere we go. Whether at home, at work or anywhere in between, a constant stream of information is fed to us. In fact, each person receives about 105,000 words every day. Or put another way, 23 words per second – that’s a lot of information overload.
Mergers and acquisitions, integrations, restructures and digital transformations are shaping workplaces across the globe. Change is essential for businesses to thrive and grow. And yet, 70% of change initiatives fail. Of these, nearly 40% are due to employee resistance.
There’s been a lot of hype around collaboration tools. And like every tool in the internal communicator’s toolkit, they have their place. But something I see too often is an obsession with collaboration tools.
We’re working in an age of constant change. Digital transformation, dispersed workforces and declining engagement are defining our business environment. If your leadership comms don’t step up, you’re not going to keep up.
If employee engagement is critical to organizational success, why are so many workplaces struggling to achieve it?
Data analytics and internal communications might seem like strange bedfellows. After all, data scientists are serious and nerdy, while internal communicators are fun-loving and frivolous, right?
Just a few short years ago, cyber security was a barely-recognized threat. It felt intangible, unlikely, a concern for the future perpetrated by bored yet technically gifted teenagers.