Correlations

Calculating the ROI on Your Communications

Half-day workshop: Conducting research and measurement can be a lot simpler than most communicators think, and often doesn’t require a survey of any kind. Using timing correlations or pilot/control groups can isolate the exact amount of impact communication had on behavior change, which lets us calculate a credible ROI for the incremental financial value we have added to our organization’s bottom line.

The Sears Study

About 10 years ago, Brad Whitworth at Hewlett-Packard found a statistical correlation between employees’ satisfaction with face-to-face communication with their supervisors and those employees’ productivity and intention to stay with the company, both of which are measurable bottom-line issues.