Does Intranet Spend Increase=Corporate Embrace of Social Media? Comments on Melcrum Survey

Questioning whether an increase in corporate intranet spend represents an embrace of “social media”–or is even a welcome development–forms the basis of my new post at Communitelligence.

The post responds to a release by Melcrum, the internal comms publishing juggernaut, of a recent members survey covering a variety of social media, intranet, and internal communication issues.

The posting can be found on Communitelligence at http://bit.ly/4JWiRf

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Walls Come Down in final 2009 Article

Below you will find a link to an article I co-authored (with Kristen Sukalac of Prospero Communications [www.prospero.be] on the PR Conversations blogsite) on how the distinctions between traditional communications disciplines like public affairs, marketing, and internal communications have collapsed over the past year–and what the likely implications of that class will be for communication pros in the coming years.

The article can be found at:

http://www.prconversations.com/?p=645