PLANNING FOR ACTION – CRAFTING A COMMUNICATIONS PLAN THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY USE

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How many times have you poured your energy into a plan, communications or otherwise, only to see it languish on a shelf, lifeless and spent as soon as the ink is dry? Continue reading

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FIND THE RIGHT AUDIENCE TO SHARPEN YOUR COMMUNICATIONS

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So you’ve been tasked with writing a communications plan. Great! It’s time to sit down and start thinking through your goals, objectives, tactics, and audiences. Continue reading

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ORGANIZATIONAL TRANSFORMATION REQUIRES STRONG CHANGE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

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Change may be constant, as the saying goes, but that doesn’t mean change is always easy. When an organization decides to make a change – or is forced to change, as happens after some Presidential election cycles – the two elements most important to success are people and communication. Continue reading

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THE KEY TO ENGAGEMENT: EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATIONS

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Today’s communications landscape is complex and ever changing. Five years ago, face-to-face communications were considered the most effective way to reach employees. Today, there is no one size fits all approach. It is now typical for five generations to work side-by-side in the workplace, each bringing different expectations regarding diversity, career progression, learning and workforce flexibility. Continue reading

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DAI SOLUTIONS WINS GSA CONTRACT TO SUPPORT FEDERAL CATEGORY MANAGEMENT SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION

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DAI Solutions has been selected to lend its expertise in change management, stakeholder engagement and strategic communications to the General Services Administration’s (GSA) implementation of category management support services across the federal government. Continue reading

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