Category Archives: Communications Culture

Marketing and Corporate Communications: It’s a different mindset.

After a recent charity marketing group meeting the Chair wrote an email to explain that the group had agreed it would be a good idea to use emails collected at the last event.  Nothing wrong with that, their plan was … Continue reading

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Merlin’s beard! What do you expect?

As part of the Project Merlin agreement banks have pledged an additional £76bn to help Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs).  Up to now SMEs have apparently been surviving on overdrafts and the good old credit card – not an ideal, … Continue reading

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Reflection and 6 tips for new student bloggers

Mirror mirror on the wall I’ve become a blogger after all!  Blogs by their very nature are reflective.  A weekly (in the case of this assignment) view of a topic that shares thoughts following a conversation or something read.  So … Continue reading

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Communications and the scrum

Analogies particularly accompanied by diagrams are a useful way to get a message across. For example change communications is often compared to a journey; where we have come from, where we are now, where we want to get to (and … Continue reading

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Open all hours

You might think that skiing is one activity where people would leave their mobiles in their pocket, at least till they’re off piste.  You would be wrong.  On closer inspection many skiers are using the same ‘hands free’ technology you … Continue reading

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