Innovating Global Communication: four angles from New Orleans
One of the enduringly great things about the International Association of Business Communicators
â€™ World Conferences is that they tend to take on big topics. This yearâ€™s gathering in New Orleans
is no exception, tackling the theme of â€œInnovating Global Communication.â€
To some, that may sound as â€œfinding more innovative ways to do global communication.â€ But over the coming days, Iâ€™m going to be playing with the theme a bit and looking at some different angles.
Here are the first few :
- Can business communicators change the game of business innovation itself, as opposed to just the way it's communicated?
- Can changes in terminology drive business innovation with comparable impact to changes in technology?
- How can communicators, in-house and consultants in particular, position ourselves as agents of innovation, similarly to how we have positioned ourselves as agents of change?
- Can global innovation be accelerated through targeted, selective engagement?
Are there other angles I should explore?Â Suggest them below or tweet them to @mklein818 using the #IABC16 hashtag.