Mitch Jensen

During ALI Conferences’ recent 5th Annual Digital Workplace Summit, we had a fantastic lineup of speakers who provided their insights for the new era of the digital workplace. From Stacie Barrett’s presentation “Engaging Your Global Workforce” where she showed how Dominos connects their whole workforce from digital to delivery drivers to “They Want You Back In The Office: Remote Workforce Engagement, & Hybrid

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Measurement has been a hot topic in Internal Communications, and for good reason! Measurement is one of the most valuable tools for internal communicators—and it can often seem like one of the most frustrating ones to master.    In a recent poll we asked a group of 28k+ Internal Communicators: “Leading into Fall 2021 what topics would you like more

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How do you connect your global workforce from frontline to the executives behind one mission, purpose, and set of values? Join us at the 5th Annual Digital Workplace Summit to hear how Domino’s grew in people and purpose during the global pandemic and is looking toward the future of work in 2021 and beyond. During this session you’ll learn how

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The world has changed drastically over the past year, and internal communications have been transformed forever. Yet, some things don’t change. Email continues as the most widely used channel for internal communications—across organizations, industries, and the globe. In ContactMonkey’s recent survey and the Gatehouse State of the Sector survey, Email came out on top with over 95% of respondents stating

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People love contests. If you’re on Facebook, you know this. There are some of the dumbest quizzes in the world out there, and millions of people take them. They all say: Take this quiz to find out: What character from Game of Thrones would you be? If we can guess your real age What your superpower would be if you

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Teams, Yammer and More Internal Digital Communications with Microsoft 365   Microsoft Teams is extremely easy to begin to learn. But it is also extremely easy to make it complex and frustrating to work with. Because it doesn’t organize documents the way SharePoint does, even SharePoint users gravitate towards classic SharePoint rather than embracing Teams.  This results in many organizations

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