Issues Management and Public Affairs
Successful PR is built upon the management of a variety of key issues. Issues that could affect the reputation of the organisation both positively and negatively. It’s how these issues are identified, prioritised and handled that determines the effectiveness of the PR campaign. The range and complexity of issues businesses face varies enormously from one to the next. But what never changes is the importance of proactivity – being primed and ready to respond to every issue as it arises. Inconsistencies in issues management can lead to matters of priority being overlooked, in favour of largely inconsequential side-issues.
This insightful tutorial has been designed for anyone working in PR or reputation management at any level. Explore a broad definition of contemporary issues management, along with its role and importance at the heart of a PR strategy. Study action planning, an effective framework for managing issues and the consequences associated with poor issues management.
- Explain what issues management is and how it is different from crisis management
- Discuss how to develop a framework for managing issues
- Defining Issue Management
- Context of Issues Management
- Action Planning: a Framework for Managing Issues
- Framework Section 2: Action
- Full Tutor Support
- Self paced, no fixed schedules
- Available to students anywhere in the world
- 24/7 Access to the LMS ( Learning Management System )
- Easy to understand quality e-learning study materials.
All course materials are included in the course price. All your study material will be available on our learning management system for which you will get access once you are enrolled. The material can be downloaded and printed as well.
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- Online course materials
- Question papers
- Additional Supporting Material
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