Insights from PR Place
This week in PR (11 August)
It's a holiday month for some; others are still working - but there's no hint of a 'silly season' #ThisWeekinPR. But everyone should take some time for reflection.
This week in PR (4 August)
AI, ESG, creativity, the vanishing 'silly season' and the sporting summer feature prominently in your content #ThisWeekinPR.
This week in PR (28 July)
Twitter's rebranding; Farage v Coutts; and ubiquitous Barbie are three of the topics you were discussing #ThisWeekinPR.
Flaws and negative consequences of ‘internal marketing’
An internal marketing and promotional perspective on communicating with employees is fundamentally flawed argue Kevin Ruck and Martin Flegg.
Creativity in internal communications
Do employees need creativity in internal communications to keep them engaged and informed about the company’s purpose asks Eduvie Martin.
This week in PR (21 July)
The surprisingly long history of internal communication; questions about ESG and sustainability; and ways to ensure you're paid for your work are three themes from your content #ThisWeekinPR.
CheatGPT*: some thoughts on AI and assignments
The days of conventional essay assignments may be over argues Richard Bailey. They may be tough for students, but they're easy for AI. So what are the alternatives?
This week in PR (14 July)
The dangerous game of fame was the main theme #ThisWeekinPR, but we've also picked out important thought pieces on ESG and AI among others.
Review: Agile Beyond IT
'A self-sustaining cycle of learning and improving is highly beneficial.' Author Adrian Pyne, a project professional, explains why we should all learn to become more agile.
This week in PR (7 July)
Three themes emerged from your content and conversations #ThisWeekinPR: is Threads the long-awaited Twitter-killer (spoiler alert: no); the NHS at 75 and public relations in Africa.
Review: Mastering Crisis Communication with ChatGPT
Experienced communicator and trainer Philippe Borremans shows how ChatGPT can be used as an unflustered assistant to help you plan for and respond to a crisis.