Noam Farago is an Associate Consultant in Ketchum Pleon Change’s New York office with 6+ years of experience as a communications professional. His expertise is in change management, employee engagement, internal communications and social business. Prior to joining Ketchum, Noam was a news reporter and prior to that he was an Artillery Officer in the Israeli Defense Force. Follow him on Twitter @farago_noam.
This post was written by Phyllis Fair, Communications Advisor, FedEx Services and originally appeared on the FedEx Blog (client). First, you start with one part Communications with an equal part of Marketing. Next you follow that by adding a heaping of Information Technology (IT), a dash of Human Resources and Customer Service. Then you top […]
This post was written by Phyllis Fair, Communications Advisor, FedEx Services and originally appeared on the FedEx Blog (client). No, I’m not talking about hosting an ice cream or pizza get together in the breakroom. Even though an ice cream sundae with strawberries, chocolate and whip cream does sound good. Excuse me, I digress. Nor […]
Can you remember what life was like before you discovered social media? It’s hard to believe how much of an impact something that I first began using only five years ago has made on the lives of billions of people. This new type of media has influenced so many aspects our society, including the way […]
We are pleased to announce the release of our 2012 FedEx Ketchum Social Business Study, presented jointly by FedEx and Ketchum. This study updates and expands upon research first undertaken in 2010 and analyzes the changing impact of social media on business today. Organizations are leveraging social media tools to evolve into social businesses – […]
It was the summer of 2000 and the temperature in the Israeli desert was over 90 degrees. Surprisingly, this didn’t bother me one bit since I was focused on learning and understanding how my organization, The Israeli Defense Force (IDF), operates. Hundreds of cadets and I were participating in a combined arms live fire exercise […]
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