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This report examines the best internal communications strategies of leading organizations. Specifically, this benchmarking study seeks to:
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.