Listen below to Alan Kelly’s analysis on SiriusXM’s Morning Briefing, POTUS channel, 124. It was a busy week in national politics as Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul and Marco Rubio began their respective races for the 45th American presidency. Hillary’s strategy was simple and […]
From across the pond, Ed Walker of Ed Walker Communications knows a play when he sees it. Here’s a serious strategy analysis of a less-than-serious news matter. Love it or hate it, “Page 3” has featured on millions of British breakfast tables for the […]
Having attended last week’s 18th International Public Relations Research Conference (IPRRC), I am convinced that education and research in PR and communications are hobbled by the aging theories of symmetry. We need new and enduring frameworks that describe rather than […]
We heard this morning from The Holmes Report that our entry for PR Thought Leadership is a finalist in the 2015 SABRE awards. Click here to read our entrees.
“By understanding the plays we could make — or have made on us — we were able to better analyze what was happening in the external world and anticipate how that might affect us.” — , Executive Director, Chief Communications Officer, Dow Corning Corporation (ret.)