Diversity is receiving increasingly attention in society as well as in economy. Therefore the topic is also getting more and more relevant for corporate communications research. On this subject the University of Vienna has started a new research project about diversity management and communication and its opportunities and challenges.
The Communication Trend Radar has been launched. From now on the University Leipzig and the University Essen-Duisburg will work together to identify and select trends from neighbouring disciplines (e.g. technology, management, media/communication) that will be relevant for corporate communications.
Dr. Constantin Birnstiel (Merck) is supporting the Academic society from now on.
Join us on a journey through the year 2019 - marked by research projects about agility and a research project on the potential of bots for corporate communications.
The new issue of Communication Insights deals with different approaches and success factors for efficient topic management.
Welcome to Nils Haupt, Head of Corporate Communications at Hapag-Lloyd, who supports the Academic Society from now on.
Dietmar Bochert (Franz Haniel & Cie. GmbH) supports the Academic Society as Corporate Partner.
The Academic Society presented key findings of the research project "Agility in corporate communications" at the 69th Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association (ICA) in Washington.
The Academic Society welcomes Carsten Tilger (Henkel AG & Co KGaA) as a new corporate partner.
Stefanie Hansen (BP Europa SE) supports the Academic Society after a short break.