Perhaps it’s time to go back to first principles.
Ah, spin. Good in cricket, billiards and snooker, bad in communications?
The dangers of drawing conclusions from incomplete data, as shown by the CIPR’s State of the Profession survey.
One of those random thoughts I have when at a loose end… how far do our two disciplines overlap?
Not launching the new centrist party that isn’t. What now?
Thoughts from when the web was young.
What is public relations? Don’t ask BBC Radio 4.
And will anyone mourn their passing?
My thoughts on this year’s findings.
‘Tis the season when CIPR region and sector groups look for new Committee members. Want to help?
If you don’t have all the information to hand, you can’t always make the right decision.
Should we? Could we? Would we?
Complex project communications? Think Apollo 13.
Talk, listen, understand. Not always in that order.
Some AVE stick is long overdue.
Like bricks and mortar, it’s what you do with them that counts.
The never-before seen perfect conference gift I couldn’t find the budget for.
Why you should always have an answer ready – even if it’s for something you can solve.
A lie by any other name is still as rancid, still as sour. Why the obsession with giving old things new names?