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Seven Communications I’m Thankful for Not Receiving This Year

November 22, 2010


I know this is a time of year when we should be counting our blessings for all that we have received (and I do), but this year I’m even more thankful for that which I didn’t receive.  In this era of economic turmoil and revolutionary change in technology, transportation, healthcare and other arenas, things could […]

Redefining “crisis” for the next decade

November 8, 2010


Crisis management has been a vital point of focus for businesses for a century, but as we look toward the decade of the 2010s, organizations will find that they need to redefine their concept of the term “crisis” to incorporate new types of threats. Traditionally, the crisis plans of manufacturers and service companies have revolved […]

The 10 Best Tweets of 2011

November 2, 2010


 In eight weeks we’ll be celebrating another New Year’s—what the heck happened to 2010?  As time flies faster, our communications seem to become more mobile and more compact; so in 2011, watch for SMS and Twitter to be adopted as primary news media by an even greater proportion of Americans.  And if we don’t […]