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This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary Internal communication comprises many forms of interactions in the workplace. While formal communication within organizations has been largely examined, little is known about informal communication concerning its actual relevance for employees and its functions and effects. Researchers zeroed in on informal communication and … Continue reading At The Water-Cooler: Work Time Wasted or Crucial Exchange Among Co-Workers?

Recently, members of the IPR Measurement Commission participated in an online discussion about internal communication measurement. Led by IPR Measurement Commission Member Sean Williams, the IPR Measurement Commissioners discussed how to measure internal communication impacts and behaviors.  Here is what they had to say: Sean Williams (Bowling Green State University):  I had the honor to … Continue reading Measurement Roundtable: Measuring Internal Communication

This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary Organizational culture is a social glue that holds organizational members together and prescribes how things are understood, judged, and valued in an organization. The affective dimension of organizational culture, known as emotional culture, sets the tone for how members feel. Cultures of joy, … Continue reading Examining the Effects of Internal Communication and Emotional Culture on Employees’ Organizational Identification

This post is provided by the IPR Organizational Research Communication Center.  Industry surveys repeatedly report that measuring communication effectiveness and the link between internal communication initiatives and business results is a real challenge to the internal communication practice. IC Kollectif’s recent report, The Next Level: The Business Value of Good Internal Communication investigates how leading in-house … Continue reading Linking Internal Communication to Business Results