How GE Power is Transforming its Communications and Culture to Adapt to the Digital Era
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Categories: Communication Strategy, Emerging Trends, Leadership & Management, Social Media, Techniques & Tactics

Coming soon to an industry near you: Digital Transformation. Competition, innovation, and marketplace disruption are forcing companies to up their digital game, and employees have to be on board for businesses to survive, and thrive. GE, aiming to become the world’s first Digital Industrial Company, and a top ten software provider by 2020, created an employee communications strategy that would encompass education, engagement, and enthusiasm: Digifit. Positioned as a “gym for the mind,” DigiFit combines videos, gamification elements, and live events to help strengthen the idea of digital training as entertaining and gratifying, and to encourage all employees to progress through the entire program. Feedback and outcomes have been overwhelmingly positive, with active engagement levels at 22%, more than double the typical engagement level for employee-facing campaigns.

David W. McCulloch; Adam Tucker;
The Storytelling Edition
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Categories: Branding, Communication Strategy, Techniques & Tactics

For the second year in a row, Cleveland Clinic earned the No. 2 spot in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017-2018 Best Hospitals. This is just one of the proof points demonstrating the strength of its reputation. But in today’s fragmented media world, what’s the best way to break through and continue to tell the stories that drive and build that well-earned prestige? Eileen Sheil, Executive Director, Corporate Communications, Cleveland Clinic will discuss how she and her team are evolving their media strategies into the digital world by creating the Corporate Communications Dept. of the future. “The overall concept is to evolve more as storytellers by self-publishing news that is unique to Cleveland Clinic," she says.

Eileen Sheil;
The Corporate Social Responsibility Edition
On-Demand Case in Point Bundle
Categories: Branding, Communication Strategy, Leadership & Management, Techniques & Tactics
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) isn’t just a nice thing to do — it's a business imperative. Setting and implementing initiatives is a good start, but developing sustainable branded CSR initiatives that demonstrate a measurable return on investment that aligns with business objectives is the goal. Jon Sullivan; Laura Kane; On-Demand
The Reputation Edition
Sept. 26, 2018 | Case in Point
Categories: Crisis & Reputation, Social Media
PayPal is flipping the funnel and using its owned media to engage others in a conversation about their core values and brand. When PayPal spun off from eBay in 2015, it rebranded itself and redefined its corporate values. Realizing the value of driving the narrative, PayPal became its own media company, creating innovative programs and campaigns to engage global audiences. How is PayPal able to generate millions of viewers to its owned programming? Join us for this special Case in Point focused on Reputation. Amanda Miller; Amanda Coffee; Live Online

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