100 Communication Future Articles

Where is Communication Going?

Our understanding of communication is changing rapidly and these articles preview what the future of communication may look like (and a history of where it’s been).

What Do We Need to Know?

Successful communication requires new approaches in a connected global society.

Some of the trends and changes that we need to keep up with are featured in these articles including:

  • collaboration
  • complexity
  • channels
  • control
  • change
  • connection
  • cause
  • authenticity
  • creativity
  • clarity
  • value and
  • innovation.
As you read, think about these questions:
  1. How will we need to change the ways we’re now doing business?
  2. How will we make those changes?
  3. What new skills will we need to build in order to communicate effectively in this new arena?
  4. How can we build on the communication skills we already have in order to succeed in the future?
  5. What help will team members need as they adapt to new communication approaches?
(More Than) 100 Communication Future Articles:

Ten Trends Shaping the Communications Agency of the Future by Index B

The End of Blogs (and Maybe Websites) as We Know Them by Scott Gillum

100 Blog Posts on the Future of Communication by Johann Ronnestam Posted Between 2005 and 2011 by Johan Ronnestam

Communication Through the Ages Infographic  atlassian.com/c4

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