Those of us who communicate for a living are in the business of influence. We shape the reputations of our organizations, the narratives coming from leaders’ mouths, and — critically — the stories we tell ourselves about who we are. But today, we seek influence in a media and information landscape of unprecedented complexity. One … Continue reading Who has Influence in Organizations?
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IPR is featuring some of the many AAPI pioneers who impacted the field of public relations in celebration of AAPI Heritage Month. Yuji Ichioka was born in San Francisco in 1936. During World War II, Ichioka and his family were incarcerated in a Japanese internment camp. After the war ended, Ichioka attended the University of California, … Continue reading Yuji Ichioka (1936-2002)
Download Full Guide (PDF): The Communicator’s Guide to Research, Analysis, and Evaluation Russian Translation of this Guide (Full PDF): The Communicator’s Guide to Research, Analysis, and Evaluation (Russian) Kazakh Translation of this Guide (Full PDF): The Communicator’s Guide to Research, Analysis, and Evaluation (Kazakh) This Guide is presented by the IPR Measurement Commission The Communicator’s Guide to … Continue reading The Communicator’s Guide to Research, Analysis, and Evaluation
Download the full report: 2019 IPR Disinformation in Society – Full ReportDownload the press release: Disinformation in Society – Press ReleaseDownload the slides: 2019 IPR Disinformation in Society Report – Shareable SlidesDownload social graphics: False News is a Problem, President Trump Key Findings and Disinformation Culprits This is an IPR Signature Study. Thank you to our … Continue reading 2019 IPR Disinformation in Society Report