August 2016: Crisis Communication
Submitted on Tue, 8/2/2016 - 3:16pm
Decades ago, I started my career at UCC in community relations. The rural campus, tucked in a bend of the scenic North Umpqua River, seemed an unlikely place for such violence. But it had happened, and I was grateful that I could assist.
By Nora Vitz Harrison
Submitted on Thu, 8/4/2016 - 3:32pm
To summarize my experience in one sentence: I am grateful for everything I have in my life, and I feel more human and alive for contributing to software products that serve humanity.
By Sri Prasanna K
Submitted on Mon, 8/8/2016 - 2:44pm
How do we know who is talking about #OurCrisis or #TheirCrisis? More importantly, how can we engage our most important stakeholders who are active on social media?
By Jeanette Russell
Submitted on Fri, 8/12/2016 - 12:05pm
Thinking about disasters is more than just worrying or borrowing trouble—it’s the first step to recovering from them.
By Michael Kubler
Submitted on Tue, 8/16/2016 - 1:08pm
From a major donor landing in legal trouble, to a defection of a top fundraiser, issues could turn into a crisis for a nonprofit.
By Nick Rojas
Submitted on Thu, 8/25/2016 - 10:41am
Turtles dressed as hamburgers, measuring user behavior, emoji-inspired images, and more in this month's Things We Like.
By Steph Routh – Content Manager
Submitted on Wed, 8/31/2016 - 12:29pm
When government only gives canned responses or isn’t available, people fill in the gaps with their own prejudices.
By Taylor Huckaby
Submitted on Mon, 9/12/2016 - 2:06pm
Get the most value out of your Google AdWords account with these tips and task lists.
By Mark Hallman