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Feedback needed for research on the role of Continuous Communication in CI.

Posted 8 months ago at 11:21 am

Please take a short, confidential survey about the role of continuous communication in collective impact. This research looks at how projects leverage communications and will use your feedback, along with scholarly research to provide practical tips on how projects can elevate communications to a strategic level to support project goals.

The survey is open to steering committee members, project leads and communication leads and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete.  You can access the survey here https://surveys.mcmaster.ca/limesurvey/index.php/298826?lang=en

More information is available below and within the survey.

As a masters student in strategic communications management at McMaster University (affiliated with Syracuse University), I am doing my final thesis paper on the role of strategic communications in collective impact. My inspiration is the recent study "When Collective Impact Has An Impact" which identified the use of communication as a largely tactical, rather than a strategic function.I see tremendous value in un-packing the pillar Continuous Communication within the CI framework and contributing to a growing body of knowledge on multi-sector collaboration.

You will be asked at the end of the survey if you would like to receive a copy of my research findings. If you are interested, you will be taken to a separate survey where you can leave your contact information. This ensures your identity is not connected to your survey responses. More information about my research is provided within the survey, including my contact information should you have any questions.

Thank you for your participation and a special thanks to FSG for allowing me to engage you in this research.

Danielle Van Duzer

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