Why Noam Chomsky Is Wrong About Internal Comms

Inside Chomsky’s quote is wrapped all of the conventional wisdom about the nature of internal communication and indeed of organizational life itself. But in its inaccuracy, it creates a real opening for a fresh perspective.

Writing to Lead/Transcending Self-Censorship

The fundamental question an internal communicator faces in front of the keyboard is “can I get this approved?”. At 16:30 on a Friday afternoon, that is a legitimate question, but seeking an affirmative response invariably leads to a descent into deep self-censorship.