News of an EU-funded communication project to research the potential uses of
inter-active television. Reproduced here with kind permission from CiB in
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There is an extensive and growing bibliography about organisational communication. Please feel free to consult it for your professional development.
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If you would like to recommend any texts for inclusion, please contact FEIEA Communications Director Vesna Petkovšek: vesna.petkovsek[at]gorenje.si
Since 2001, FEIEA's Delphi studies have tracked changes in internal communication practice and conditions for internal communicators. The most recent Delphi study was published in summer 2009.
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» See the results of earlier Delphi studies:
• Delphi I
• Delphi II
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Survey of national associations
At the end of 2005 FEIEA carried out a survey of all its member associations, to enable them to share best practice.
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