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The one-of-a-kind "Employee Grapevine" earned five years of employee communications awards from PRSA, IABC and NAHRO. It was created by George S. McQuade III, who presented his low tech dial-in radio news cast via voicemail at national conference sponsored by Ragan Communications, Chicago, IL. McQuade Spoke at the annual Corporate Communciations Conferences in Chicago, Washington DC, New York and Los Angeles, CA.
McQuade earned international recognition in a corporate atmostphere and later found it was a successful tool in a government atmostphere. The methods, technology and internal communication just had to be more simple and as McQuade describes it, "Shorter, Sharper and Stronger." Call McQuade to find out how you could be the beta or testing ground for the Employee Grapevine of the 21st Century. This low-tech communications tool was created and founded long before technology and the Internet took off. McQuade also led a campaign to launch the first Linux Operating Sytem Software 6.0 in America. Using dial-up and AOL 1.0 v email McQuade earned "Product of the Year" and "Best Product of the Conference" in San Jose, CA. Now, the penguins and Open Source Development is everywhere, especially in smart phones today.
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