The disillusionment that results from a recession can destroy the dynamic motivational force of employee pride and hamper a firm’s ability to grow when good times reemerge. Ken Makovsky offers tips on how to prevent that kind of—to use a ’70s term—malaise.
In a preview of PR News’ Measurement Conference, Weber Shandwick’s Tim Marklein discusses moving beyond AVEs, better integration of online and offline metrics and the challenge of keeping it simple.
Effectively managing a crisis situation can be the ultimate challenge even for the most experienced public relations professional. So what happens when public relations students, with no practical experience in crisis communications, are forced to deal with a major crisis?
Ericsson, Fujitsu and Google also praised by the environmental watchdog for their green leadership efforts.
Local television news is more effective in engaging viewers’ attention with advertising than other TV program genres and competitive media, says a Hearst Television study.
A new report tracking marketing and advertising finds that account services, public relations and social media are the areas in strongest demand among executives who plan to hire in the first quarter of 2011.
Katie Paine analyzes the fallout around the latest WikiLeaks release, and grades the stealthy whistle-blowing site’s communications vs. the efforts of the U.S. government.
With the New Year upon us, we look back to Dec. 31, 2009, when North 6th Agency hosted multi-site bashes that broke a Guinness World Record and helped launch the Wisp toothbrush.
Small business owners see social media as a key to customer engagement, says a survey by Constant Contact.
Research prior to or early on in a crisis sets a baseline for the enterprise’s image. Here’s a listing of the benefits.