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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. 5 webinar “Crisis Management on an International Stage: Takeaways from Boeing’s Biggest Crisis and Time Spent in the West Wing.”.

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5 “Founding Fathers” Of PR

ImPRessions - Crenshaw Communications

But his reputation was mixed; despite his innovative practice of transparency, Lee, like Herb Schmertz 60 years later, was hailed as an innovator but also criticized for working with the “robber baron” corporations of the time. But don’t imagine that he was simply a corporate shill for big oil. Some things never change.

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An “Interview” with ChatGPT: What is Public Relations? How Has PR Changed? Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Comms Pros?

Sword and the Script

Social media: PR practitioners may manage an organization’s social media accounts and use them to communicate with the public and promote the organization. Event planning: PR practitioners may plan events such as product launches, conferences, or charity events to get media attention and generate positive publicity.

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PR Rock Stars (of the future): 19 new college grads ready to take over the world

Communications Conversations

She is editor-in-chief of The Winonan , WSU’s campus newspaper; she is president of the WSU Public Relations Student Society of America chapter; and she is executive director of the WSU St. Her interests focus on PR and social media, but also is interested in event planning and working with established corporations here in Louisville.