Measuring success

If you missed PR week last week – here’s a link to the piece about CIPR Inside’s measurement matrix.

PR Week 15th November

CIPR Inside launched the Internal Communication Measurement Matrix to make it easier for internal communication professionals to measure their work and the impact that it has.  We hope it helps professionals  to demonstrate the value of their work in internal communication, measure success and inform their practice.

We find the measures used in public relations are not always appropriate for internal communication. So we set about creating our own principles. This started with a summit in June when industry experts on measurement came together to present their approaches to more than 60 delegates.

We then invited practitioners to feedback through a survey.  Among the most important principles highlighted by the respondents were setting measurable objectives and the measurement of both outputs and outcomes.

Professionals have asked for a practical framework to guide them, we hope this will do just that.

As internal communication moves up the business agenda we hope that professionals will use this guide in their planning and campaigns to help demonstrate to their organisations just how effective internal communication can be for employee engagement and improved business performance.

Who was involved?

Kevin Ruck, Chair of CIPR Inside and co-founder at PR Academy

Mark Applin, Treasurer CIPR Inside and owner at Intermedia Communication Solutions

Nick Howard, Director and EMEA Practice Chair, Employee Engagement at Edelman

David Iannelli, President of Research and Data Insights at Hill and Knowlton Strategies

Scott McKenzie, Head of Change & Internal Communications EMEA at Hill and Knowlton Strategies

Paul Roberts Co-founder at ICEmarq and Managing Director at Ibis Communication

Angela Sinickas, President, Sinickas Communication

Michael Silverman, Owner, Silverman Research

Dr Andy Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Engage

 

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