TBT: Going Social with Internal Communications with Megan Sprague of Wingstop
It’s evident that social media has changed our world. We use it on a day-to-day basis; it’s ubiquitous at this point. But what about internal social media for business? Is it important, and is it changing the workplace? Megan Sprague, Communications Associate for Wingstop, came on our Throwback Thursday podcast to tell us what the workforce was like for her without apps like Slack or Yammer, and how the intranet has made external branding simpler and more creative.
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