The Communication Snapshots present selected communication topics and research results by the Academic Society on two pages in a short and precise way. It provides the communication Managers with a quick and practical overview, which can easily be passed on to colleagues and partners.
The Communication Snapshots supplement our more detailed publications, such as the research reports or the Communication Insights.
Communication departments needs to prepare for the growing threat of fake news
Why businesses should take a stand on sociopolitical topics
How to manage digitalization processes in communication departments
How organizations can help employees to strengthen their skills during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond
The way people work and learn has changed dramatically in recent years – and even more over the past months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Employees expect more participation, self-organization, and flexibility at work.
Organizations need to develop a concept that fosters continuous learning, strengthens the acceptance for learning sessions during working hours, and encourages employees to spend more time on learning and sharing their learning outcomes with colleagues.
This Communication Snapshot outlines why workplace learning is gaining in importance and introduces effective learning methods that are also easy to apply.
Concepts, applications and challenges of AI in Corporate Communications
How to select and introduce methods that suit your needs
The power of employees communicating for their organizations
The benefits and risks of CEOs taking stands on public issues
There is a lot to gain, but also a lot to lose when taking stances. CEOs have to balance the benefits and risks and make their own decisions.
Using two types of thought leadership as communication strategy
Professional personnel development for communicators
Types, purposes and impacts of bots in social media
7 steps for using big data for strategic communication
The 8 strategic and operational roles communication managers play
Mastering cooperation in flexible structures
A new tool explains how communication departments support organizational success