Crises inside and out
Quentin Langley identified the internal turn in crisis communication planning in his 2014 book Brandjack.
How to become a crisis comms guru
The free educational resources published in memory of Michael Bland are a useful addition to a growing body of textbooks and cases in the field of crisis communication.
Ethics and the use of fear in crisis communication
Dealing with any crisis presents ethical choices to be made, argues Chris Tucker. Evoking fear is effective, but is it acceptable?
Our books of the year (2021)
Congratulations to the authors of our books of the year - and also to Kogan Page, the publisher of all three.
Books of the year (to date)
Here's a summary of the professional books we've reviewed in 2021 to date.
Robert Phillips leads the way
Robert Phillips had a stellar career but was also a leading thinker who turned against public relations - for good reason.Here's a summary of his thinking.
#50over50: Caroline Black
We explore the career of a proud Londoner as we add Caroline Black to our #50over50 series.
The Seven Best Books on Writing
Anne Nicholls says anyone can write, but not everyone can create language that persuades, enlightens and inspires.
Review: Public Relations Ethics
We review the latest book from prolific public relations authors Trevor Morris and Simon Goldsworthy.
Review: Strategic Internal Communication
Kevin Ruck welcomes a valuable addition to the growing literature on internal communication.
Books of the year 2020
Here's our review-of-reviews of books published this year, leading to an overall editor’s choice.
Review: Why We Do What We Do
Dr Kevin Ruck wonders why psychology is not more widely applied in public relations. This new book provides a good overview.