Tag Archives: Global Public Relations

The Seventh World Public Relations Forum (WPRF) convened by the Global Alliance for Public Relations and Communications Management (GA) is set to take place in Melbourne, Australia from 18-20 November, 2012. The Melbourne Mandate will be established, which builds on the Stockholm Accords from the Sixth WRPF, which will be a modern ‘mandate’ for organizational … Continue reading Melbourne Mandate will be Established at World Public Relations Forum

The following post is excerpted from an article in PR Magazine, published by the China International Public Relations Association. 2003: The arrival of a turning point If 10 years can be considered as a generation, international firms were no doubt the backbone of the first generation of PR companies in China from the mid-1980s to … Continue reading “Glocalization” of China’s Public Relations Market

The following has been adapted from a January 2012 interview with van Riel in www.managementboek.nl , based on his book “The Alignment Factor.” Alignment is building long-term relationships with all internal and external stakeholders, those you depend on as an organisation. Where reputation is a means, alignment is an end. Communication staff are focusing increasingly … Continue reading Criticism Keeps You on Your Toes

The organizers of Bledcom, the legendary international public relations research conference at Lake Bled, Slovenia, have released the program for 2012. The July 6-7 conference breaks into two tracks focused on academic and corporate research.  Current and former IPR Trustees, Research Fellows and commission members appearing the program include Don Wright, Rob Wakefield, Ansgar Zerfass, … Continue reading Legendary Research Conference, Stunning Venue

Twenty countries represented by 36 papers on the history of public relations shows that this “niche” area of study is becoming an important field of research. That’s the basic math of the abstracts for this year’s International History of Public Relations Conference to be held at Bournemouth University in England on July 11-12. The submissions … Continue reading Numbers Add Up For PR History Conference

If you have ever wondered what the best, worst, funniest, happiest, most dramatic or insightful presentation of public relations is, PRDepiction can help answer your questions. PRDepiction, a blog devoted to the depiction of public relations in film, TV, radio and books, across all media, has just been launched. In addition to recent productions and … Continue reading PRDepiction – Media Representations of Public Relations