December 12, 2018
More and more companies are experimenting with agile concepts to become faster and more efficient. But many communicators remain skeptical and struggle with this trend. The research project "Corporate communications in agile organizations" conveys the basic concepts and presents case studies to support communicators in their endeavor to become more agile. The fith issue of Communication Insights summarizes the key findings and is aimed at practitioners.
June 20, 2017
It's an ongoing struggle that communication departments face: the need to explain how they contribute to the success of the Company. Over the course of the last two and a half years the Academic Society for Management & Communication as part of the research program Value Creating Communication has looked at how communication can contribute to a company's success. Working closely with leading German and international companies, we have developed new tools to explain the core goals, contributions and roles of communication. The third issue of Communication Insights offers practitioners insights into our findings.
November 2, 2015
The Academic Society’s research program Value Creating Communication explores how corporate communications adds value to a company and contributes to its overall success.
Findings from more than 800 international journal articles and publications on communication measurement have been summarized and are presented in the first issue of Communication Insights.
February 20, 2015
The Academic Society has launched in terms of scope, content, the number of experts involved and budget the world's most comprehensive research program in the discipline of corporate communications: Value Creating Communication.
Running for five years and divided into four research modules, Value Creating Communication will address the key questions of communication departments. The close collaboration between business and academia has never been seen before. The Academic Society is working closely with more than 30 global corporate partners on this research program – a win-win situation for everybody involved.