Increasing Organizational Effectiveness in Pharmaceutical Industry Through Innovative Internal Communication
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – February 20, 2012. As the technological frontier is being driven at an unprecedented rate in today’s society, pharmaceutical and medical device companies are being forced to reinvent how to successfully communicate internally. In order to maintain communicational effectiveness, biopharma leaders are beginning to explore different forms and frequencies of internal communication, and identify the most preferred and effective channels.
Over 90% of respondents utilize emails to effectively communicate with colleagues. However, other forms of communication are also increasing in importance. Pharmaceutical respondents depend much more heavily on blog postings than weekly newsletters, podcasts, and most surprisingly voicemail, according to primary research on "Internal Communication Success: Best Practices within the Pharmaceutical and Medical Industries to Ensure Organizational Effectiveness" conducted by Best Practices, LLC. Overall, companies rated emails and the intranet as more effective ways to share industry information internally than face to face meetings.
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Research objectives included:
- Identify types of internal communication mostly used by executives
- Identify preferred medium for internal communication
- Measure internal communication effectiveness
The full 45-page report contains over 200 benchmark metrics and highlights the preferred channels and tools for communication. In addition, the research delves into the best communication frequencies and approaches for internal communications.
Specifically, this primary research identifies the most effective and preferred communication strategies for reaching internal executives. The study also seeks to help pharmaceutical and medical device companies compare their current internal communication strategies with that of benchmark class companies.
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