Monthly Archives: March 2012

Communications and spin and the National Broadband Network

Today’s media talk about the latest progress, messages and political positions linked to Australia’s National Broadband Network. (See Jennifer Hewitt and John McDuling in the Australian Financial Review, 3oth March 2012. Sorry, I’m struggling to find it in The Australian.) … Continue reading

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Communicate with intent

In the space of about five minutes this morning, I read two blog posts that touched on what communications actually means. The first was the new official definition of public relations from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). That … Continue reading

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How knowledge management and PR collide productively

I recently attended a Knowledge Management Round Table here in Sydney. The speakers’ case studies were insightful, and while it hadn’t especially occurred to me before, I recognised an affiliation between what I might call public relations and what they … Continue reading

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If you say you’re passionate, then engage!

Recently I attended an industry seminar. One of the panel members was asked how, in the face of persistent attacks from media elements, opponents, certain sections of the public, and industry experts, he and his colleagues survived the day. His … Continue reading

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