Research updates

Research Update (June 2023)

Uncovering Insights in the Archives May has been a productive month for our team and we’ve been able to dedicate much of our time to our archival research. Our first stop was the CIPD in Wimbledon, where we were warmly welcomed by Rose Marney. Navigating through their archival material, we were pleasantly surprised to discover …

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Research Update (May 2023)

Exploring the History of Unilever: A Visit to Port Sunlight In April, our project team had the opportunity to visit the Unilever archives in Port Sunlight. The setting of the archives is, in itself, of great historical interest. The town of Port Sunlight was built in 1888 by Lever Brothers for its workers. Today, it …

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Research Update (April 2023)

Engagement with Internal Comms Practitioners and Archivists One of our project’s main objectives is to engage with internal communication professionals and archivists, and this month we were able to work with both groups. We collaborated with our partners the Institute of Internal Communication (IoIC) to conduct a survey of its members. We were thrilled to …

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Research Update (March 2023)

Over the last month, we have particularly focussed on engagement with the internal comms profession, our key target audience. Archival research has also been progressing and we’re looking forward to our teams’ upcoming trip to the Unilever archives at Port Sunlight. Engagement with the internal comms profession  This project is different from most academic projects. …

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Research Update (February 2023)

The project has taken some exciting steps over the last month. We have launched our website, met with two of our project partners, and finished research on our first case study. Website launch In early January, we were delighted to announce the launch of the www.historyofinternalcomms.org website. One of the distinctive features of our project …

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