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This course teaches students how to think critically, express their reasoning clearly, both in written and oral communications, and to understand the role of strategic communications in the historical development of the field of communications. Through case studies and readings, students are exposed to ethical issues that arise in strategic communications and are required to argue and analyze the ethical dilemmas they will encounter in the working world. This course explores how to create conceptual methods for determining the communications objective(s), target audience(s), and key messages that can most effectively move an ...
that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct of individuals and business organizations as a whole. Applied ethics is a field of ethics that deals with ethical questions in many fields such as medical, technical, legal and business ethics. Business ethics can be both a normative and a descriptive discipline. As a corporate practice and a career specialization, the field is primarily normative. In academia descriptive approaches are also taken. The range and quantity of business ethical issues ...
Start a Viral Marketing Campaign Using Ebooks as Your Viral ...
Viral Marketing is a very effective way to generate lots of traffic to your website. You can compare the very concept of Viral Marketing to that of someone having a cold. As one person spread germs by coughing or sneezing while in the presence of others, more and more germs are spread until practically every person in that same area end up with a cold. That’s the nature of viral marketing. Once you create a viral eBook to start a viral marketing campaign, include your affiliate links, links to your sales page or website and give it to a few people who in turn gives it to two or three other people, the viral effect begins. market research, surveys and trends
Social Media Press Releases — Is It Like Giving a Baby a Gun?
that will allow their clients to automagically create social media press releases. Is this a good idea? I think the answer is a little more complicated than a simple “yes” or “no”. The real answer lies in what the nature of Social Media really is — and how misunderstanding it or ignoring it can lead to the opposite effect of what your press release was really supposed to do. Where do I get off on talking about social press releases? Since the whole Edelman-Walmart thing broke a few months ago, the idea of PR and social media is an intriguing issue for me. Afterwards, for example, I had a chance ... market research, surveys and trends


Immersion Active presents Ageless Marketing: Economic Trends
Worldview that they,” think about how you would have responded in 1990 if someone told you that in just 20 years amateur websites would have put many newspapers out of business; cells phones would have far more bandwidth than your 1990 PC; that we'd be watching 60" flat screen TVs light enough for one person to carry; that 25 billion pages of information could be searched in less than a quarter of a second; and that getting lost would be a thing of the past thanks to your cell phone’s connection to a completely free network of   global navigation satellites.” I was making the point that the scale ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The World's Best Fundraisers - The NonProfit Times - The Leading ...
Raising the most money really isn't the only measure of a great fundraiser. Overcoming obstacles and still breaking new ground for the future is just as important to an organization's bottom line as today's dollar. Editors of The NonProfit Times asked readers in multiple emails to more than 90,000 subscribers to NPT Weekly to nominate great fundraisers. Industry leaders were solicited and editors checked their own notebooks to find the nation's unique development executives. In some cases, local programs were doing work that would be the envy of national programs. In other instances, some of the tried and ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


as natural disasters and it is e-mail fundraising that ..... It is no surprise that viral marketing, also known as word- ...... EXAMINING INITIAL RESULTS. Sending the e-mail message to a small group of targeted ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
CDC | Public Health Preparedness Report - Appendix 3
The mission of CDC’s terrorism preparedness and emergency response activities is to prevent death, disability, disease, and injury associated with urgent health threats by improving preparedness of the public health system, the healthcare delivery system, and the public. CDC has made all-hazards preparedness and emergency response a priority and is building and enhancing systems at the local, state, and federal levels. For more information, see http:// COTPER coordinates terrorism preparedness and emergency response activities across CDC and strategically distributes funds to other ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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*I rate importance of training (including OJT), a 10 to ensure success of the business! Especially as we near the end of the decade. Why? Depending on which source you look at, these statistics may differ: 1) Over 40% of the U.S. labor force -set to retire or retirement may be seriously contemplated. 2) Trends have shown that the 40+ (age range) of U.S. workforce pool has steadily increased from 1980 to a projection of 33% increase by 2010. 3) Trends have shown that the 25-39 (age range) of workforce pool has steadily decreased since 1980, projected to be a decrease of 5.7% by 2010. How does this affect us? 1) Loss of ...
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"I'm team building every time I talk to my colleagues - I don't particularly need to be hang-gliding or running around the woods with them to be able to communicate well ;-) " I think this comment pretty well sums up a shift that I have noticed taking place gradually over the past 6 years or so. Prior to that, when people contacted me about team building, it was always a request for some time of experiential learning activity for a team that would then be debriefed by a trained facilitator and mined for applications to business and day to day teamwork in the organization. The first time I received an inquiry from ...