"Recently, I joined a new company as head of internal communications. One of my first tasks – after spending considerable time meeting various people and observing how they work – was to establish an internal communications framework.
The real value of a framework is to help us prioritize and make decisions. It covers broad themes – purpose, philosophy, tone, style, channels, future – and will serve as a foundation for decisions involving talent, techniques, and technology.
Here (below) are some excerpts from our framework. Perhaps some of it will apply to your organization, too."
Read the full article to find out more about what these framework sections contain and involve:the purpose of internal communicationsour philosophyour toneour styleour channelsour future
Via Kim Zinke (aka Gimli Goose)