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Internal communication groups play an vital role in informing an organization's workforce on important corporate/human resource issues as well as the development/approval of new products. The effectiveness of an internal communications group is closely related to the activities it focuses on and how effectively it works with internal and external partners.
Best Practices, LLC undertook this study to examine what internal communication activities are valued most and to identify favored approaches to working with internal and external partners. It also recounts executives' perspectives on combining the internal and external communication functions to optimize resources. Companies can use this study to better align the internal communication groups with overall goals and to create more effective relationships with internal and external partners.
The data are presented in two segments: Total Benchmark Class and Pharmaceutical Companies.
Internal communication benchmark class: Participants in this portion of the benchmarking research included 30 Communications executives and managers at 26 leading companies from bio-pharmaceutical, healthcare and other industry segments.
Internal and External communication benchmark class: Participants in this portion of the benchmarking research included 39 Communications executives and managers at 33 leading companies from bio-pharmaceutical, healthcare and other industry segments.
Field interviews and study analysis produced many observations and benchmark findings to reflect opportunities across the communication group function for organization growth and profitability.