I started writing this blog back in 2009 and over the past couple of years it has evolved to become Diary of an internal communicator. When I started writing it was called Life through a 2.0 lens as I was researching my dissertation for Kingston Uni’s post graduate diploma in Internal Communications Management. Later that […]Read more >
Csaba continues his diary of an internal communicator at Vodafone in Hungary… As I mentioned in my previous post we use bit.ly to shorten the URLs, which we place into the newsletter. After the first time we used it something turned out. Colleagues in the shops, who are dealing with customers do not have access […]Read more >
This week Csaba is continuing his weekly diary of life as an internal communicator in Hungary and sharing his experience via my blog. Here he looks back on the past week and reveals what kept him busy this week and how he has been discovering ways of making life easier through measurement. In the beginning […]Read more >
The latest installment from Csaba… Two weeks ago I downloaded and installed FeedDemon onto my laptop at my workplace. With the help of Google Alerts and monitorThis and grabbing the RSS feed of a Hungarian blog monitoring site I started to look for any posts, articles, which mention the company. Yes, I know that’s related […]Read more >
Csaba is now settling into his role at Vodafone Hungary and here he shares his diary with us. This week Kelly Kass from simply-communicate.com saw on LinkedIn that I left DENSO and asked me to write some sentences about my new role and my plans regarding the job. You can find it in the movers + […]Read more >
Here is the second part of Csaba’s diary… Before I share the details of my second week at Vodafone Hungary Ltd I must mention the previous one. The views and opinions expressed here – via posts and comments written by me – represent my own and not those of my employer. Last time I only […]Read more >
While researching my dissertation in March 2009 I came into contact with Csaba Szücs in Hungary via Twitter. Since then we have exchanged countless ideas and many emails in our search to increase our knowledge and share what we find. Csaba has kindly agreed to write a diary of life as a communicator in Hungary […]Read more >
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