Gallery | 2022 IPR Distinguished Lecture & Awards Dinner

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Happy 25th Birthday to the IPR Measurement Commission

This year marks the 25-year-anniversary of the IPR Measurement Commission. Founded in 1997, the mission of the Commission is to develop and promote standards and best practices for research, measurement, and analytics that contribute to ethical, strategic, and effective public relations. In recognition of this important milestone, I’d like to highlight 10 reasons to celebrate the Commission: 1.) All of its thought leadership is ava ...

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It was 25 Years Ago Today…

This blog is provided by the IPR Measurement Commission in celebration of its 25th Anniversary and Measurement Month. In 1997, The Institute for Public Relations (IPR) Measurement Commission was formed by a small group of determined disciples of communications research. The g ...

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Creating Workplace Cultures Centered on Employee Experience

Company leaders don’t have much control over local, national, or world events. Yet these external circumstances, events, and decisions impact employees — individually and collectively. The work environment mirrors the societal and political challenges of the larger world, likely with employees on opposite sides of polarizing issues. In parallel, employees enjoy personalized, data-driven Customer Experience (CX) and User Experienc ...

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Pioneer Chief Tamanend (1625-1701)

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What Does the Future of the Metaverse Mean for PR?

This post summarizes a roundtable discussion by the IPR Digital Media Research Center and IPR Board of Trustees
Members of the IPR Digital Media Research Center (DMRC) and Board of Trustees gathered virtually to discuss public relations in the Metaverse. The discussion was

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Public Opinion Is Not Enough to Hold Companies Accountable

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This summary is provided by the IPR ESG & Purpose Research Library.

Dr. Matthew Amengual and colleagues examined how individuals perceive corporate involvement in human rights violations.

A survey of 2,420 U.S. adults was conducted from March – April 2021. Participants were asked to give their reactions to hypothetical situations involving a multinational enterprise and a human rights violation.

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