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Best Practices for Ensuring Internal Communication Excellence: Increase Organizational Effectiveness

ID: PSM-275


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450+ Metrics

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Pages: 54


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Shipped


 

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  • STUDY OVERVIEW
  • BENCHMARK CLASS
  • STUDY SNAPSHOT
  • KEY FINDINGS
  • VIEW TOC AND LIST OF EXHIBITS
In order to ensure organizational efficiency it becomes essential for companies to inform and educate the employees about organizations objectives with the help of effective internal communication. However, over the years due to continuous technological advances the communication process has evolved to the stage where it becomes complex for companies to identify the most the preferred and effective channels for internal communications.


Best Practices, LLC conducted this research study to explore the most effective and preferred communication strategies for reaching internal executives. The study also seeks to help companies assess their current internal communication strategies with that of benchmark class companies.


Industries Profiled:
Health Care; Pharmaceutical; Diagnostic; Biotech; Consulting; Banking; Financial Services; Insurance; Non-Profit; Chemical; Business; Professional Services; Manufacturing; Distribution; Transportation; Education; Market Research; Marketing; Public Relations; Architecture; Engineering; Communications; Aerospace; Automobile; Aviation; Computer Software; Telecommunications; Medical Device; Government; Military; Advertising; Defense; Science; Clinical Research


Companies Profiled:
Abbott; Sanofi Pasteur; Gardner Assocites; Target Point ltd; AllianceBernstein; The Aspen Institute; Economic Opportunities Program; Genentech/Roche; The Bluestar Group; AsiaConnect; The Gordon Group; General Products Corp.; Union National Bank; Zogenix; Hertz Corporation; Assessment & Information group; Jefferson Associates Inc; Pearson; Kadmon Pharmaceuticals; Barr Engineering; Kiernan Group; Inc.; Xanodyne Pharmaceuticals; Kimble Chase LLC; Bayer Corporation; MedPanel; Bee Tree Consulting; MESCO; ltd; Nationwide Financial; Biotest Pharmaceuticals; Omicron Canada Inc.; Wells Fargo; One Communications; Bosch Power Tools; Parallel Consulting; Bristow Group; Porsche Cars North Americq; Oracle; Prescience International; BT Conferencing; ProVeritas Management Consulting; Celgene Pte Ltd; Reliance Industries Limited; Johnson & Johnson; Royal Thai Air Force; CIT Group; Sales Channel Europe; Citibank; City of Houston; Pfizer; Commutateur; Corium International Inc.; Inspire Pharmaceuticals; Croda Inc; Deloitte; Quintiles; Eastwest Bank; Ethicon; Kimble Chase; Roche; Honeywell; Rockland Trust Company; KPMG; Sandoz; Cloud Currencies; HCA; Sanofi-Aventis; Lockheed Martin; Stryker; Grundfos Pumps Manufacturing Corp; Sunovion; Lundbeck; Fidelity Investments; Talecris; Genzyme; Thermo Fisher; Medtronic; Vertex Pharmaceuticals; Genentech; Vimta Labs; GlaxoSmithKline; Novartis; Olympus Corporation; Avaya; Astellas; AstraZeneca; Alcon; Bank of America; Baxter Healthcare; Becton Dickinson; Bell Canada; BioCentric; Cephalon; Countrywide Financial; Elan Corporation; EMD Serono; Exelixis


Study Snapshot

The report is based on the insights of 183 leaders from 162 companies from different industry segments across 6 continents. Research participants’ roles ranged from Chief Executive Officers to managers across various departments and industry segments.

Key topics include:
  • Identify types of internal communication mostly used by executives
  • Identify preferred medium for internal communication
  • Measure internal communication effectiveness

Sample Key Findings

PowerPoint Dominates Communication within the Company: PowerPoint dominates as the mode of communication, but respondents are much more likely to use memos and reports for subordinates than they are for superiors.
  • Effectively Tackle Internal Communication Using Type: Organizing emails by type (action required vs. informative) is the most effective method. However, pharmaceutical respondents then considers (1) the sender and (2) the content while non-pharmaceutical respondents utilize technology to consider importance.
Table of Contents

Project Overview
  • Key Insights
  • About Benchmark Class
  • Type of Internal Communication
  • Internal Communication Medium & Preferences
  • Internal Communication Effectiveness
  • Appendix
    • Additional Quotes
    • About Best Practices