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The Nordic Alliance for Communication & Management (NORA)

Leveraging communication as a strategic driver of sustainable organizational performance and success in a changing world.

The communication in, by, and about organizations is rapidly changing due to digitalization and globalization as well as increasing demands for sustainability. The Nordic Alliance for Communication & Management (NORA) is a cross-disciplinary and regional research group focusing on communication as a strategic driver of sustainable organizational performance and success in a changing world. To this aim, we:

  • engage (bringing together leading communication managers in the Nordic region with researchers from communication and management disciplines)
  • inquire (identifying emerging trends and topics),
  • develop (creating new research-based knowledge), and
  • disseminate (shaping the debate in the Nordic countries).

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  • Thursday, 27 February 2020 -

    NORA Board Meeting and Workshop

    The steering committee meets to decide over new structures for the group and develop a topical agenda focused on leveraging communication as a strategic driver of sustainable organizational…

  • Wednesday, 19 February 2020 -

    Communication-Centered Perspectives in Management and Organization Studies

    In collaboration with the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society, NORA hosted Prof. Dennis Schoeneborn from Copenhagen Business School, who talked about the vantage point that the contemporary field…

  • Tuesday, 26 November 2019 -

    Future Proofing Your Brand

    Together with EACD, NORA invited to an insightful breakfast meeting with Marc Cloosterman, who shared his methods and solutions for developing a brand performance strategy for the C-suite.

  • Wednesday, 23 October 2019 -

    The Art of Framing Sustainability

    This October, NORA invited to a discussion on effective conveyance sustainability within an organization. The seminar included valuable insights from companies and organizations that are leading the…





CONTACT
Associate Professor Alexander Buhmann
Department of Communication and Culture
E-mail: alexander.buhmann@bi.no

Switchboard: +47 46 41 00 00
Email: nora@bi.no

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