Case Study: Lockheed Missile Group Launches Peer-Driven Employee Recognition Program—Results Hit the Stratosphere
Facing a possible staffing shortage of epic proportions at the end of this decade, Lockheed Martin recognized the need to praise its employees’ good work—or risk losing them.
Landing a positive review in Consumer Reports can make a company’s year. Here is some behind-the-scenes insight straight from the pub’s editors on their product review process.
Three-quarters of online users take issue with having to fill out a Web site’s registration form. In fact, more than half say they may leave a site and never return because of it.
New research shows that newspapers continue to attract readers, especially those who have advanced degrees and buying power.
Just because its longtime target audience was kids didn’t mean Sesame Workshop wouldn’t reach out to other, older groups in creating awareness around Sesame Street’s 40th anniversary year.
Crisis simulations are a key component to any communications plan, ensuring that bases are covered for most eventualities. Here are some tips from Weber Shandwick’s Peter Duda on conducting effective drills.
If the BP communications debacle taught us anything, it’s that operations and PR must be in lockstep with each other during a crisis. That integration can be honed through carefully planned crisis simulations.
Test your metrics know-how with this quick quiz on PR measurement from Cision and PR News.