What is Strategic Communication? Communication is strategic when it is completely consistent with a corporation’s mission, vision, values and is able to enhance the strategic positioning and competitiveness of the organization. The objective is to communicate a concept, a process, or data that satisfies a long-term strategic goal. It conveys a deliberate message(s) through the most suitable media to the designated audience(s) . . .
Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; everything else is public relations.― George Orwell Whether you seek to tell the truth or seek to spin a good story, the way you do it is changing. The highest paying careers in communications are different today than they were 50 years ago. Print newspapers . . .
Miscommunication is the number one cause of all problems; communication is your bridge to other people. Without it, there's nothing. So when it's damaged, you have to solve all these problems it creates. - Earl Sweatshirt All organizations that deal with the public, or an audience or demographic they serve (the vast majority of them) . . .
IMAGE SOURCE: Pixabay, public domain. As a college major, communications is the study of human interaction and expression. Students of communications seek to understand theories of oral, written and multimedia communication and how to apply those theories to persuade, inform, educate and entertain others. Most communications majors don’t study the field just for the sake . . .
Learning to Write through Self-Teaching If you're already a self-disciplined, motivated, and skilled in time management, congratulations! You've already mastered some of the most essential tools for success as a writer. You're also in a good position to take advantage of self-directed learning for writing. Consuming books, guides, and tutorials on writing practices on your . . .
The exercise of power, individual and collective rights, and responsibility for the future all converge in one field: politics. The political arena impacts every aspect of our lives, from private markets to the free press, from the quality of our water to the actions of our military. If you want to play a part in . . .
Traced back in time, the English word ‘marketing' has its roots in the town markets of 16th century Europe. In bustling city centers of the renaissance, vendors curried for position to catch the eye (and wallets) of curious passers-by. Over the years, marketing has progressed as a sort of art (and in recent history a . . .
The craft of writing is at the heart of a huge range of industries and passions. To name a few: Your favorite stories growing up Your favorite shows and movies Educational and technical materials Marketing copy Speechwriting And while many degrees are meant to help you become a better writer, none spend quite as much . . .