Organize Online News Many corporate services display news online via the intranet and external website(s). You can scrutinize and improve the news processes. Then make instructional videos so that everyone can publish. First the news processes themselves: Intranet news Every employee must be able to publish via the intranet. Ideally, by submitting a plain text that publishes itself immediately, although Microsoft SharePoint requires more steps. The news is immediately visible on a lower part of the intranet homepage, under a section such as 'Featured news'.
Communications looks through the new messages, checks for spelling mistakes and can promote it to 'Featured news'. A catchier title above. Add a picture. And comments on 'open'. Website news News on the website can be 1-to-1 equivalent to job function email list what has gone out as press releases. You achieve a large reach through the press or social media. It is therefore desirable, I think, to give important messages a Facebook advertising budget. Also check whether current events influence your regular content and top tasks. If you adjust that, a news item may be superfluous. The tool: Microsoft PowerPoint Anyone who uses software very little will forget how 'it used to be'.
Use the 'Screen recording' option in PowerPoint. Then create a Word document and list the steps in it. Step 1 is then 'View the explanation:', followed by a link to YouTube. Assuming you save the videos on YouTube as 'hidden'. If the new flow is too large, discuss the goals and news criteria. Talk to the team, for example via Betake van Ruler 's Strategic Communication Frame . What do instructional videos do for you? When instructional videos are easy to find, you don't have to explain as often. Planning and organizing communication is balancing 100% of the new initiatives come through the communication department. 50% of the projects that are a success have to be confirmed once again in the raison d'être.