How important is the media in your communication with stakeholders?
Delivered at the Public Relations Institute of Australia National Conference 2005 Academic Forum, October 2005.
The Victorian Government has commissioned NIER to work out how much the Grand Prix is worth to Victoria – the first study on the subject since 2000.
Without doubting the sincerity of all the various national donors to the tsunami disaster, Miscellany has mentioned (along with others) that often donations get committed but not actually delivered.
What's next for the consulting industry?
Miscellany first suspected the world had turned upside down back in 2000 at the Sydney Olympics when the crowd chanted “Russia, Russia, Russia” in support of the Russian basketball team playing against the US team.
On February 28 one of the most thought-provoking recent US exhibitions closes – the New York Historical Society’s show on Alexander Hamilton.
The rain during February, and the controversy over the regional funding rorts, ought to be an opportunity to think about ongoing government regional rort - drought-relief.
Just what on earth is going on in Canberra?
One of the enduring features of US politics and the US world-view is that it’s always someone else’s fault – a phenomenon familiar to many of those with children.