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Guild launches free report: Mastering Messaging in the Workplace

Guild have partnered with London Research to launch a free 50 page report on ‘Mastering Messaging in the Workplace - How to Communicate with Messaging...

Book review: ‘Speak Up: Say what needs to be said and...

‘Speak Up’, a ‘how-to guide to navigating the power and politics of conversations at work,’ as a cover blurb puts it, is a timely...

Remotely interested

Research from Gatehouse tells us that remote workers/ non-desk based workers are one of the biggest barriers to effective internal communication, yet the priorities...

Human curation in age of AI

Netflix has just announced they are using real people to help their users find new movies to watch. They are trialling a new feature called Collections....

Join Gatehouse for the latest State of the Sector findings

Gatehouse Group's 10th annual State of the Sector report – the longest established survey of the internal communication and employee engagement landscape – once again...

Growth of messaging apps surpasses social networks

The growth of the four largest messaging apps exceeds that of the four largest social networks. Consumer behaviour has shifted from social networks to messaging...

Take the 2018 State of the Sector survey

State of the Sector is a survey of the internal communication and employee engagement landscape by Gatehouse Group, based on informed by responses from...

Social technologies and the future of collaboration

Social technologies are transforming communication within organisations more than ever before. A global survey by McKinsey looked into how advanced social tools and technologies are changing...

Take part in our research into Digital Transformation

Digital transformation is all about embracing new technology within the workplace, so which department should be driving the agenda? We've partnered with Crowdoscope to find out...

96% of Brits are on ‘autopilot mode’

The average adult makes around 35,000 decisions each day; many need to be second nature and on 'autopilot', as we cannot carefully consider everything...
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