Explore the findings of our latest survey, unveiling the perspectives of IC professionals on the utilisation and integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within workplace environments and internal communication practices
Richard Etienne looks back on the lessons he’s learned and the range of skills he’s developed in various media roles over the past 20 years and how he is applying them to his latest role of director of internal communications at Elsevier.
Here at the IoIC, we’ve been aware of the looming impact of emergent technologies on employee experience since we prioritised the future of work as an area of ongoing study and analysis. If you’re to do your best work as internal communicators, it’s incumbent on us as a membership body to keep abreast of the factors influencing employee engagement and performance.
With the rapid proliferation of artificial intelligence tools available in the workplace, employees and businesses are asking themselves what the future holds. We asked a range of professionals in comms, tech and consulting to weigh in.
The beta launch of ChatGPT in November caused many internal communication professionals to sit up and take notice, me included. The chatbot is the latest piece of AI (artificial intelligence) that’s promising to transform the way we work, and more specifically the way we, or should I say computers, write.