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General Electric researched differing opinions between C-suite executives and entry-level employees on how their companies communicate and how to develop leadership. An online survey of 250 C-suite leaders and 400 entry-level employees across the United States was conducted from July 17 to August 1, 2023. Key findings include: 1.) Gaps existed as some C-suite respondents … Continue reading First Floor to Corner Office: How Companies Communicate a Leadership Mindset

This summary is provided by the IPR Digital Media Research Center Accenture researched “AI maturity” across the industry, which was defined as the degree to which organizations have mastered AI-related capabilities in the right combination to achieve high performance for customers, shareholders, and employees. A survey of 1,615 C-suite executives at 1,176 of the world’s … Continue reading How Do Organizations Use AI To Set Themselves Apart?

This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by PwC PwC explored executive and consumer perspectives on brand trust. A survey of 503 business executives, 2,508 consumers, and 2,002 employees in the U.S. was conducted in May 2022. Key findings include: A trust gap exists between the perceptions of executives compared to consumers … Continue reading Trust: The New Currency for Business

Topic: Best Practices in Employee Communication Author(s), Title and Publication Gay, C., Mahoney, M., & Graves, J. (2005). Best practices in employee communication: A study of global challenges and approaches. San Francisco: IABC Research Foundation. Summary This comprehensive study identified four primary challenges facing employee communicators. The project included a review of case studies, interviews … Continue reading Best practices in employee communication: A study of global challenges and approaches