Angela Sinickas is a widely-published author. She has written a university textbook, book chapters, white papers, and regular columns for Melcrum's Strategic Communication Management, Best Practice Measurement, and Total Communications Measurement, as well as IABC's Communication World and many others.
Areas for improvement across global business can be highlighted and made better through local measurement, mentoring and smart KPIs.
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Measurement matrix developed for internal communications that matches what to measure with how to measure it.
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What better way to inform your Internal Communication strategy than by talking directly to a selection of your internal stakeholders and gathering priceless qualitative feedback? Angela Sinickas, President of Sinickas Communications, Inc., addresses 10 common questions that arise when conducting an employee focus group.
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From surveys to social media postings, the best way to analyze write-in comments is sometimes a combination of human and electronic methods.
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Norwegian Title: Måling som nyttårsforsett
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Most communicators agree on the importance of face-to-face communication. But many disagree on whether the team-briefing cascade where information is trickled from senior management to the lowest-level employee is the most effective way to impart knowledge.
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Complex strategies often lead to complex communication — which is less likely to make sense to the employees who will need to implement the strategy. Research can identify simpler ways to achieve the same goals.
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Is standardizing the way we measure internal communication really the best approach for all organizations? Principles, rather than prescribed techniques, may be preferable.
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