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Crisis Management Lessons From Boeing’s 737 Max Disasters


Gordon Johndroe , vice president of global media relations and public affairs for the Chicago-based aircraft manufacturer, spoke to members of PRSA’s Corporate Communications Section in the Nov. With the MAX, the playbook ran out after a few days, and we were in unprecedented territory.

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The art of winning new business and crisis management: A Q&A with Clyde Group Partner Aubrey Quinn


Clyde Group is a high-growth, PR & Public Affairs firm with a tremendous track record of success in Washington. After ranking up a litany of industry awards and nominations in such a short period of time, we wanted to check in with Aubrey Quinn, Partner and Managing Director, to learn more. And how does data shape these?


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EKA: How Media Monitoring Aligns with Strategic Communications

Critical Mention

EKA is a leader in providing public and private sector experience and assistance when making critical decisions. “EKA is a government relations and public affairs firm specializing in political consulting, government relations, policy issues, and crisis communications strategy.”

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The Public Relations Agency: Your Secret Weapon

Doctor Spin

In this arrangement, you designate a specific PR agency as your primary agency for all public relations needs that may arise. The agency of record manages all aspects of your PR strategy , including media relations , crisis management, and strategic communications. Public affairs (PA). Digital PR.

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Maximising resilience of health and well-being assets in crisis situations

PR Conversations

Catherine: We do a great deal to educate practitioners on the practical aspects of managing a crisis but rarely do you encounter a crisis plan which addresses the need for support for people involved with crisis communication. Or the crisis plan is siloed in some hidden corporate corner completely out of date.

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