The summer games have all the elements of a great story—power, drama, intrigue, and the key moment when one team rises above the rest and is dressed in gold. I guess I can’t help but love the games -- and as a professional communicator, I can’t resist a great story.
When I was a kid learning about the solar system and building those models out of hastily-painted styrofoam balls of varying sizes, Pluto was a planet. A full-fledged, legitimate planet just like the other eight. But In August of 2006, just 7 months after NASA launched the New Horizons Mission
How Internal Communications got into the video business. Everybody loves video. Well, maybe not everybody, but judging by the popularity of YouTube and the ubiquity of Web videos in general, I’d have to conclude that a mighty large chunk of the population loves – or at least likes – it.
It’s Super Bowl week and the players, coaches, media and fans are converging on New York City and northern New Jersey for a week of practices, interviews and events - all leading up to the big game. I, too, am making preparations for Super Bowl XLVIII, even though I’m not traveling
SAS is truly a global company, with just over half its employees located in more than 50 countries outside the United States. This presents some corporate internal communications challenges, such as not being too “HQ-centric,” keeping abreast of newsworthy happenings in regional and country offices, and involving global employees in
Do you ever feel like you can’t talk to the executives or have a voice that matters in your workplace? Have you ever wondered why changes in communication can’t take place within your work space? Like you can’t share your knowledge with others because you simply don’t know them, how