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Organizational Research and Analysis Prezi
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How employees are dealing with communication
Finding the gaps and key issues
Developing the Survey
San Antonio Consulting Group
Founded in 1973
Advisers for business strategy and communications
We seek to be agents of change—for our clients, our people, and society overall.
Pooling Resources and Developing
a World-Class Survey
Formed in 1984 by three college friends
1989 - New Changes
1992 - Record Results
1995 - Turning the page
2002 - Company Falters
2003 - New horizons
2005 - Assets
JRBG Financial Corporation
Managing Risk, Managing Assets, Managing to Make a Difference
Communication from management to employees.
"Your opinion counts"
Interpreting the Results and Delivering the Findings.
“Communication is an ongoing process rather than a static event. Employees generally have a high tolerance for change if kept in the loop. When communication breaks down, rumors run rampant and will directly impact productivity, focus and ultimately the finances of the company.” (Dr. Jan Stringer)
Building that bridge between management and employee
Confidence comes from understanding
Let people know what’s happening and why
Conclusion & Recommendation
What the Survey told JRBG
Critical news should always be expressed to the employee by upper management and not thru the grapevine
Give them as much influence over decisions as possible.
Communicating & Administering the Survey