This summary is provided by IPR based on the original study by HarrisX and Ragan Communications HarrisX and Ragan Communications examined how CEOs and communication leaders view each other’s roles and responsibilities, what they value most, and when they believe responses to public policy issues are necessary. An online survey of 182 CEOs and 178 … Continue reading Do CEOs and CCOs Agree on What Matters?
IPR Report is a series by the Institute for Public Relations and Ragan’s PR Daily spotlighting new and important research that every PR professional should know. This article originally appeared in Ragan’s PR Daily on February 3, 2022. Within a span of two years, major changes have affected the workplace due to the pandemic: shift for … Continue reading Three Takeaways from Industry Research on the “Great Resignation”
Research Readout is a monthly series by the Institute for Public Relations and Ragan’s PR Daily spotlighting new and important research that every PR professional should know. In the past six months, several research studies have benchmarked employee attitudes and recommended how companies can better support diverse employees and improve structural racism, both within organizations … Continue reading Research Readout: What the Data Says About Accelerating Change for Black Employee Experiences
In partnership with Ragan, “How We Did It” features IPR Trustees offering insight into an initiative or decision that had a positive impact. When the mega-storm struck Puerto Rico, its devastation went far beyond the island’s citizenry, disrupting a supply chain to health care facilities worldwide. The company mission was a beacon. Puerto Rico has been a … Continue reading How I Did It: How Leading with Values Helped Medtronic Respond to Hurricane Maria