Inside story: getting internal communications right

Michon, Nina
January 2013
Utility Week;1/25/2013, p25
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of internal communications to the success of companies. It states that a successful internal communications technique will boost the efficiency of employees at work. According to the author, having an effective internal communications could also help attain business goals.


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