What’s on this week
What’s on this week
What should you measure and how can you gauge how successful your enterprise social network is?
A hangout is being held on Wednesday 19 August 3-4pm (London time) to address this topic, and you’re invited to attend.
It’s being hosted by the @ESNAnon team and is free to tune in.
Further reading: I wrote about #ESNAnon when I attended their unconference in March this year. Photos from the event are on this page.
The hangout will address some of the basic analytics questions, and they’ll look at advanced measurement later in the year.
This is just one of the events planned for comms pros over the next 10 days. You can see the full year via my comms calendar.
I publish this column every Sunday. If you have a suggestion for an event, course or awards to be added to my list, please get in touch.
Events and courses:
- 11 August: Infographics bootcamp, Ragan, Houston, Tx
- 13 August: Infographics bootcamp, Ragan, Florida
- 19 August: ESNAnon hangout, 3-4pm
If you’d like to save 20 per cent off the price of ticket/s to the CIPR Inside annual internal comms conference, the code you need is: allthingsIC15.
A video of what you can expect is below:
Recent All Things IC posts
Over the past week, the following articles have been published on the All Things IC blog:
- Work is a thing you do, not a place you go
- Why social business matters in 2015 and beyond
- Your top 15 questions on social media and the law
Got a story to share? I’ve featured over 100 comms pros on my blog in the six years I’ve been writing it for.
I hope you have a good week.
Post author: Rachel Miller
First published on 9 August 2015.
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