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Right brain: a bright future for data visualization

Telling stories with data has become one of the most important ways for companies to communicate effectively and develop positive customer relationships. Pet...

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visualization is necessary to make sense of large amount of data but more must be said about the taxonomy that builds the message in the visualization.

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Benefits of Using Mobile Apps for your Internal Crisis Communications

Benefits of Using Mobile Apps for your Internal Crisis Communications | Corporate Communications | Scoop.it

Here are 5 benefits of using a mobile app for your internal crisis communications - and which industries and types of organizations would best benefit.

 

Intranets are a great tool for large organizations that have offices all around the country and the world, but what about when you have workers on the ground? Workers on the ground don’t necessarily have a computer in front of them at all times, but what they definitely do have is a mobile phone. Creating an app designed specifically for your internal (crisis) communications will allow you to:- Access and reach each and every member of your team, no matter where they are at any given time – and all at once...


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Elaine Li's comment, August 22, 2013 7:47 AM
Hi, Steven, thank you for share this article. This is article talking about the benefit of using mobile apps for your internal crisis communication. Everyone need communicate with each other. People can communicate with each other through Internet, mobile phone or computer. I agree with Steven’s insight, not everyone have a computer with him or her all the time, but people have smartphone with Internet. Internet is a great tool for lager international organization that has employees all around world. So creating an app designed for company internal communication will let employees to improve their work efficiency. Use mobile apps allow works to contact to their team member at any time, send message and notification at particular time, share image, link and video and this app also can include some unique functions for your business. Using mobile technology for internal crisis communication can bring many benefits for the company and works.
Yujue Wang 1250401's comment, August 23, 2013 12:24 AM
This is a good insight, mobile phone is getting more and more handy these days especially when everyone has smart phone on them, the internet access become another way of easy and cheap way of communication. We all know how hard and expensive it is to make a call overseas not to mention we have to calculate the time difference, so I totally agree to making a phone app that can help during unpredicted circumstances especially for big business that have companies all over the world. I also agree with the facts that worker need to have effective communications and if a phone call is missed it might delay things for days while a phone apps can hold the information and wait until someone read it when they get a chance. When it comes to internal crisis communication I think a multipurpose phone app can actually bring a lot of benefits for communication in a business.
Gladstone Leslie Samuel, PMP's curator insight, September 11, 2014 10:24 AM

Mobility is the key in the current context.

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CSR and internal comms roles on the rise - Marketing Week

CSR and internal comms roles on the rise - Marketing Week | Corporate Communications | Scoop.it
Marketing Week CSR and internal comms roles on the rise Marketing Week There has been a marked increase in the number of companies looking to hire marketers with CSR and internal communications experience as brands look to improve the reputation of...
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The Foursquare Time Machine

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See where you've been and where you might go next. Plot your Foursquare history, discover new places and create an infographic of your data.

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Social collaboration improves team efficiency by 20% (infographic)

Social collaboration improves team efficiency by 20% (infographic) | Corporate Communications | Scoop.it

Social collaboration is becoming increasingly important within organisations and it’s easy to see why. Research outlined in this infographic demonstrates how collaborative software can significantly improve team efficiency.

 

According to a recent survey, online collaboration tools will play an important role in 75% of businesses by 2013. As we are already accustomed to social networking with friends, family and (sometimes) customers, using social software to collaborate within organisations seems a logical progression.


Despite this, it is astonishing to see how much time companies waste by using email for internal communications. Professionals send and receive over 300 business emails a week and spend an average of 2-hours a day reading and responding to them. Just as worrying is the number of documents we share using email – an average 15 a day. This makes it impossible for more than one person to make edits and it quickly becomes difficult to keep track of changes.


This handy infographic from Clinked (above) shows how social collaboration software can remedy this. Collaboration tools can help to reduce email volume by 30% and make it 33% faster for teams to draft documents. According to one study, 97% using of businesses using social software said they could service more clients, more efficiently.

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ProjectManager.com's curator insight, April 17, 2013 12:42 AM

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Emily Rose Newton's curator insight, August 21, 2014 2:38 AM

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By this source, I would assume people would have grasped the idea of CI, and its presence in an online world. This infographic explains through facts and figures the power that the internet has at impacting CI. These facts are somewhat astounding (although a few years outdated) as we witness how collaborative software and the internet are able to improve productivity. 

This infographic shows a more physical impact that CI has in a modern world as we begin to understand just how often we use it with websites such as Facebook, Wikipedia, Gmail.

Published on a social media professionals blog, this is an explanation of certain insights in a way in which people who aren't necessarily tech-savvy can understand. Going through his other posts, I believe he is also a big online curator and find him to be a trusted and authoritative source.