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Wikileaks, Corporate Espionage and Whistle Blowing – Implications for Internal Communication

The world is gripped by the ‘drip-drip-drip’ of cable internal communication shared by Wikileaks through their website. Apart from gauging the impact to international relations and politics these candid revelations also put the focus firmly on the power of transparency in internal communication. Interestingly, the India diplomatic corps have looked at the positive side of […]

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Reigniting the Culture Conversation – Internal Communications and Storytelling

‘Culture alignment is what makes organizations successful’. This message stuck to my mind like never before! I attended one of the best sessions ever on a topic often considered to be ‘esoteric’ and ‘abstract’ – culture. This post is to share my personal take-aways. Conducted by a senior leader this session had no presentation slides […]

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Adopting social media inside the enterprise – challenges and opportunities for internal communicators

This article featured in Simply-Communicate, a UK based internal communication publication that reaches 15,000 communicators globally. http://www.simply-communicate.com/news/companies-india-adopt-social-media-inside-enterprise Read on for the complete article here as well. According to an IABC report over 79% of global companies leverage social media internally to improve productivity and engagement. India, however, still lags behind when it comes to adoption.  To […]

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Citizens’ Distrust of Leaders – Implications for Organizations and Internal Communication

While the Tiger Woods controversy took the sporting and corporate worlds by storm, another incident in India shook the establishment and the trust in their politicians and leaders. A well known politician was allegedly caught in a compromising situation within a state’s highest office bringing a new low to how leaders are perceived. Though we […]

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Re-branding of Satyam weighs in on ‘values’ and ‘internal expertise’

Quite interestingly, the re-branding of Satyam as Mahindra Satyam takes cues from ‘within’ – relying heavily on values and inherent strengths. This amplifies the role of internal communication and branding on how employees and external stakeholders perceive the company’s image. Also important to note the emphasis on ‘internal’ attributes which the new entity defines as […]