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5 ways Yammer has succeeded at Virgin Trains

Yammer, the conversation tool that comes bundled with Microsoft’s O365, has a mixed reputation. In the last month alone we saw pharmaceuticals giant GSK...

Engaging and Empowering Line Managers as Communicators

When David Gallagher, an internal communications and change consultant, assumed responsibility for communications after his company merged he thought that there wasn’t too much...

Learn from the best: Intranet Design Annual 2019 results

User-research firm, Nielsen Norman Group who has been tracking the development and evolution of intranet design for over 20 years, has just published its Intranet...

Social collaboration: what does it mean for business in Europe?

Emanuele Quintarelli, a Social Business and Future of Work strategist, has spent the past two decades as a manager, thought-leader, researcher and blogger on...

Travelex inspires a disparate workforce to keep in touch

Just three years ago things looked very different at Travelex. A siloed organisation with little means to openly collaborate with colleagues up and down...

smilelab 101 at British Airways on Feb 20th

 Virgin Trains used an Alpaca to grab the attention of staff when they introduced Yammer to their on-board crews. Joe Tyler, IC Manager will...

New resource announced to help you communicate Brexit

For our readers in the UK - and that's half of you - this Christmas break is going to be somewhat less relaxing than...

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