One of the characteristics of the world that motivates me is our “interconnectedness;” or our “interdependence.” If you accept that people across the world – people like you and me – have many more similarities than differences, then inevitably you will find more opportunities than problems. Nowhere is this more apparent than in China – … Continue reading Brand China: A Golden Opportunity for Public Relations
- Brand China: A Golden Opportunity for Public Relations
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Relentless Intelligence and Operational Professionalism by the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and US Navy Credited with Locating 9/11 Mastermind Register Online to Attend June 6-7 Summit in Arlington, VA ARLINGTON, VA – May 2, 2011 –The Director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGIA) – where highly advanced technologies are credited with pinpointing the location of 9/11 … Continue reading Intelligence Agency Director and Chief of Naval Operations Headline National Summit on Strategic Communications →
Companies, both big and small, risk their reputation each day. No matter how good things seem to be, serious threats can instantly damage a company’s reputation. Here, Paul Argenti and colleagues explore five strategies that companies can pursue to safeguard their reputation and brands. Argenti is a Trustee of the Institute for Public Relations and … Continue reading The Good, the Bad and the Trustworthy →
March 16, 2011 [From the O’Dwyer PR blog: http://www.odwyerpr.com/blog/] Harold Burson, co-founder of Burson-Marsteller with Bill Marsteller, was given a 90th birthday party by more than 500 friends and business associates last night at Gustavino’s restaurant under the 59th Street Bridge. Well-wishers came from 40 countries including Australia and India to fete the PR executive … Continue reading Friends, Associates from 40 Countries Honor Burson →
Editor’s Note: The following clip contains excerpts from a column posted on the O’Dwyer PR blog on March 14, 2011. The full original article is available on the O’Dwyer PR site: http://www.odwyerpr.com/blog/index.php?/archives/2112-Rankings-Social-Media-Helps-Boom-Times-Return.html There’s very good news in PR these days — at least in the independent counseling end of the industry. O’Dwyer PR reports that … Continue reading O’Dwyer Study Reports PR Industry Rankings →
O’Dwyers PR Newsletter February 2, 2011 Ray Kerins Jr., VP, worldwide communications of Pfizer, Julie Hamp, SVP and chief communications officer of PepsiCo, and Nicholas Ashooh, global VP of corporate affairs, Alcoa, are among speakers at the PR Leadership Forum Feb. 1-3 at the New York offices of Fleishman-Hillard on 42nd St. About 30 PR … Continue reading IPR, Page, CPRF Sponsor Forum Feb. 1-3 →
Editor’s Note: The Institute for Public Relations together with the PRSA Foundation and the Arthur W. Page Society honored PR pioneer Chester Burger on his 90th birthday recently by announcing creation of the Chester Burger Scholarship for Excellence in Public Relations. Here, John Budd, a 50-year friend and colleague of Chet Burger, reflects on Chet’s … Continue reading Chester Burger – Citizen →
The PRSA Foundation announced today that is it partnering with the Arthur W. Page Society and the Institute for Public Relations (IPR) to provide the initial grants to establish the Chester Burger Scholarship for Excellence in Public Relations.
The Institute for Public Relations announced today the election of a new Class of Trustees as well as officers of the Board for 2011.
The Institute for Public Relations, recognized globally as a premier organization focused on public relations research and mainstreaming of knowledge into practice, has new leadership guiding its Commission on Public Relations Measurement and Evaluation.
The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) awarded its 2010 Alexander Hamilton Award to Margery Kraus, President and Chief Executive Officer of APCO Worldwide, at a ceremony in New York City. The Hamilton Medal – the foundation’s most prestigious honor – was presented to Kraus for her lifetime achievements, distinguished service and contributions to the public relations and public affairs profession.
The Institute for Public Relations Alexander Hamilton Medal is a very special honor that recognizes a lifetime of distinguished contributions and service to our profession. The Institute for Public Relations Board of Trustees had the honor recently of presenting this award to a colleague and friend, Margery Kraus, President and Chief Executive Officer of APCO … Continue reading “A Class Act” →
The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) and the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) announced the 3rd European Summit on Measurement will be in Lisbon, Portugal, from June 8-10, 2011.
I had the privilege of chairing the Grunig Lecture on Sunday afternoon, October 17, in Washington DC. This was the third in a series of lectures by major figures in public relations practice or education, addressing topics of importance to our profession. This year, PRSA joined the Institute for Public Relations and the University of … Continue reading Excellence Theory 2010 →
The Institute for Public Relations Commission on Measurement and Evaluation has taken a strong stand against using Advertising Value Equivalency (AVE) as a measure of value in public relations.