Last year, in the fall, employees were asked some basic questions about Inside Argonne and how well it works for them. The survey’s goal was to understand how well the intranet works or doesn’t work for employees today. After the Inside Argonne project is complete, the Inside Argonne Project Team plans to rerun the same … Read More
By William Luck, Senior Attorney, and Matt Howard, Director of Communications and Public Affairs
Both of us have been responding to questions surrounding employee participation in political and advocacy activities, such as the forthcoming March for Science on April 22 and local elections. We agree that now is a good time to review the types … Read More »
Argonne “eCards” are a new way for employees to maintain their professional networks though colorful pre-designed email message templates. Read More »
Efforts are now underway to make Inside Argonne more useful and user friendly. A great intranet begins with the people it serves, and employee involvement and user contribution will be key to the project’s success.
To help ensure that the finished product meets the laboratory’s needs, employees will be asked to take a … Read More »
Scientist with a gift for communicating technical information to young students are encouraged to enter the “The Flame Challenge 2017 – What is Energy?” contest for a chance to win $1,000 and a trip to New York City to meet Alan Alda.
If you’re a scientist looking for fun ways to practice your communications skills, … Read More »
The laboratory’s daily email update will sport a new look starting on Monday, along with enhancements that will make it easier to use. We’d be delighted to get your feedback — send your comments to Internal Communications Manager Dave Jacqué at email@example.com.
Everyone who works at the Argonne site will be contacted at their work and home email accounts, cell and home phones and by text message when the Argonne Alert System is tested Thursday, Nov. 17, … Read More »
“Working Identity and Identities at Work” will be the topic of the First Friday Forum, Oct. 14, noon-1p.m. in the Bldg. 240 TCS conference center, Room 1416. The forum will be co-hosted by Women in Science and Technology and Spectrum.
Focusing on how communication about our identities shapes organizational culture, Jason Zingsheim, associate professor of … Read More »
Your opinions are wanted on the quality and effectiveness of the products and services provided by Communications, Education and Public Affairs, including Creative Services, Business and Technical Communications, Media Relations, Conference Services and Internal Communications. The survey results will guide continual efforts to improve the many ways that Argonne communicates and interacts with employees, sponsors … Read More »
Matthew Tirrell, Deputy Director of Science of Argonne National Laboratory and Pritzker Director of the Institute for Molecular Engineering (IME), will be answering your questions during a Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Monday, January 18, at 10:30 a.m. Read More »
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