Journal of Internal Communication – volume 13 is out!

The number 13 doesn’t have to be unlucky.

With our latest issue, we hope to provide you with the insights you need to deliver hard hitting internal communications – so you can leave your lucky charms at home!

In particular, this edition provides solid examples of how IC practitioners can make the biggest of organizational changes – a mergers and acquisition – a success.

Madeleine Porter of Ladbrokes Gala Coral explains how she informed and engaged employees of both Ladbrokes and Gala Coral throughout a period of uncertainty leading up to the merger

Ravinder Johal and Sasha Watson of ARM share their tried and tested approach to integrating new colleagues following an acquisition

We also hear from Sarah-Jane Wakefield of Standard Chartered Bank, who argues the benefits of having your internal  communication audited, and Michael Kissman of Compass, who relates his experience piloting Workplace by Facebook.

To supplement the case studies, we’ve included an excerpt from our ninth annual State of the Sector study, identifying six emerging trends within the ever-evolving internal communication profession.

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