Help Spotting Fake News

“Fake news” has become a major buzzword, but don’t let that distract you from the fact that it’s a real problem. The drive for rapid reporting and need to break stories to grab those ever-more-valuable clicks has hurt journalistic integrity. Now it’s up to you to do the research on news coverage you find online or […]

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[Guest Post] Crisis or disaster? IT has helped blur the language

[Editor’s note: Many thanks to frequent contributor Tony Jaques for allowing us to use this article, originally published in his Issue}Outcomes newsletter. Tony often covers news out of Australia and the surrounding regions which lets us take a look at great crisis management case studies we may not have seen otherwise.] Crisis or disaster? IT […]

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Private Citizen Takes DDA to California Supreme Court

Sometimes our work leads to us representing the little guy in a David vs. Goliath scenario, and this often means creating a stir so that those with the power to make change will give the situation some thought. The case described in the below press release is one such situation which you – especially those […]

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[Infographic] The Evolution of Communication

Knowing how communication works, and what’s best right now, is essential to quality crisis communications. Let this infographic from Atlassian take you on a trip through the ages right up through today as they look at how communication has changed through with time and technology: Infographic produced by Atlassian

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