As the year winds down, it’s helpful to take a look at the state of the internal communications industry.
Are you keeping up with — or staying ahead of — your peers? Should you set higher goals for next year?
Frankly, what’s everybody up to?
Here are a few of the most interesting findings:
If you have an internal social network in your organization, what do you use?
- Yammer (41 percent)
- Snapcomms (37 percent)
- SharePoint (26 percent)
- Lync (15 percent)
How do you learn about using social media for internal communication?
- Blogs (72.4 percent)
- Talking with colleagues and my network (67.3 percent)
- LinkedIn groups (53.1 percent)
- Conferences (50 percent)
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Do you expect your use of social media in your professional life to:
- Increase? (89 percent)
- Stay the same? (10 percent)
- Decrease? (1 percent)
If you have an internal social network in your organization, did you define what you wanted it to achieve before it launched?
- We don’t have an internal social network (35 percent)
- No (27 percent)
- I’m not sure (20 percent)
- Yes (18 percent)
Check out the rest of the results: