The changing tide of communications department structures

As organizations grapple with pandemic-sized issues, structure is proving a vital component of their success.

A pandemic, racial reckoning and political unrest have rocked comms teams worldwide for the past two years.

But some things never change, including communicators trying to design an organizational structure that effectively suits the needs of leadership, business goals and workload.

Our latest guide—an Executive Summary of an exclusive report for Ragan Communications Leadership Council—is a snapshot of how communicators are using their organizational structures and operational methods to guide employee-centric approaches that aim for better communications.

The report summarizes the findings of how organizations are leading the trend toward integrated communication department structures.

You’ll learn:

  • How communications is structured at Southern Hampshire University, complete with its organizational chart
  • Where DE&I sits
  • What types of organizations are moving toward a matrixed or centralized structure
  • Benefits of an integrated model

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