This blog is provided by the IPR Measurement Commission based on the original blog published by PR Academy As 2022 drew to a close, the time felt right to reflect on a year that was meant to bring a level of calm after the pandemic disruptions. Instead, we got a war in Ukraine, an evolving global … Continue reading How do you measure wicked problems?
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This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by Accenture” Accenture assessed how finance leaders approach ESG measurement and reporting. A survey was completed from August — September 2021 of 640 finance leaders across six countries. Key findings include: 78% of financial leaders said they were trying to understand the financial risk … Continue reading How are Financial Leaders Reporting ESG?
This blog is provided by the IPR Measurement Commission based on the original article in Public Relations Review. Measurement and evaluation (M&E) have long been said to be the “Holy Grail” in public relations. And the development of professional standards for M&E may be one of the most promising ways to advance public relations practice. Hence, … Continue reading Tracing the ‘March to Standards’ in PR Measurement and Evaluation
This blog post is provided by the IPR Measurement Commission in celebration of Measurement Month in November There have been major advances in measurement and evaluation (M&E) in terms of the technology and tools available, which now include no-cost web analytics tools such as Google Analytics (basic version) and low-cost applications such as Hootsuite for … Continue reading Avoiding “Substitution Error” to Get Past Half-Way M&E
With the social, economic, and technological transformations sweeping the globe, companies and their leaders are challenged to harness disruption and innovation in a rapidly changing environment. In the midst of complexity and chaos, determining how to attract, retain, motivate, and engage talent has become a pressing issue for global business leaders. Workplace dynamics and culture … Continue reading It’s the Best Time for Internal Communicators!