An interview about effective internal communication with Angela Sinickas by a Human Resources magazine in Russia
Интервью с Анжелой Синикас (Angela D. Sinickas), президентом международной консалтинговой компании Sinickas Communications, Inc. (США, www.sinicom.com).
The results for this study are compiled from survey data at 21 organizations that contracted with the author to undertake customized research within their companies between May 1997 and August 2004.
Which three employee information channels are “must-haves” as part of an internal communication program? Here’s what the research says.
Recommendations for integrating electronic channels with others based on research with 20 companies
How does the availability of electronic information sources affect employees’ preferred information sources? Many of the answers are contrary to conventional wisdom and may have significant implications for your company.
Analysis of survey results from 15 large organizations in the last five years shows employees’ preferred use of electronic channels may vary from commonly believed assumptions. As additional electronic choices become available, preference for electronic channels overall increases; the new electronic options do not replace other existing electronic channels in employees’ preferences. In fact, growing preference for electronic channels reduces the preference for face-to-face communication, not print, as many people believe.
When you measure hits on inter/intranet sites, you are measuring overall volume of usage — how many times parts of your site have been opened. However, hits don’t distinguish between the opening of an entire page or a single illustration.