When we tell people that we have well over million paid enterprise users in 75+ countries most people are impressed. Then we might tell them that our HQ is in Auckland New Zealand and we are bootstrapped. The reaction is usually surprise sometimes followed by the statement "If you had VC funding / moved to Silicon Valley you could become a Unicorn". Seriously? Is that the gold standard to measure against?
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.
The end of the business fiscal year is fast approaching for many organizations. The results of 12 months of effort are revealed. A yardstick is planted for how successful the business has been – and what the future may hold.
Psst! Want to hear something juicy? Workplace gossip that often takes place around the water cooler could be seriously harmful for your organizational health.
The annual IABC internal communications conference lit up Vancouver this year and the SnapComms team were there. Not just attending, but presenting a masterclass in internal comms.
Employees are typically spending less time physically active and more time at their desk. This can have a detrimental impact on them – and the organization. There’s no longer any doubt that work affects health.
Customer Success is essential in business today. It’s a powerful tool for organizations to proactively get ahead of risks and capitalize on opportunities. The proof is there for all to see.
There’s a lot riding on C-suite executives. As well as guiding the organization’s strategic direction, they fulfill a critical role in executive communication. Theirs is the voice employees look to for wisdom, certainty and assurance.
Ask any IC professional and they’ll tell you.
Selling the value of internal communications to senior management is difficult.