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AMEC Integrated Evaluation Framework
July, 27, 2016 by Arthur W. Page Society

The International Association for the Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) is one of the world's leading authorities on advising communications professionals about the latest thinking and research regarding the measurement of public relations and communications. Measurement of PR is inherently challenging inasmuch as there are multiple elements, often intangible ones, that should...

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Page Exchange: “Culture Eats Strategy for Breakfast”
June, 29, 2016 by Arthur W. Page Society

In San Francisco last week, about 50 Page and Page Up members gathered for our first ever Page Exchange. It was a new type of event that emphasized panels and workshops to maximize the ability of attendees to network, learn and share with one another. Our theme examined the new realities of stakeholder engagement, in terms of how emerging enterprises are contending with external stakeholder...

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BREXIT: Consequences of a Divided Society
June, 05, 2016 by Rob Flaherty

Talk about being in the right place at the right time.Our Page Annual Conference in London could not be taking place at a more historic time and in a more consequential place. Literally. And our theme, "Clash of Empires: Building Bridges in a Divided World," is equally well-chosen.The U.K.'s vote to depart from the EU, both for its significance and its unexpectedness, is the most resounding...

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Is Reporting Reliably Possible in Twitterville?
May, 18, 2016 by Bruce Harrison

Arthur W. Page, corporate communicator at AT&T years ago, consistently practiced the virtues of telling the truth and proving it with action. Now, where everybody has to know, or pretend to know, something about everything all the time, Jim Rutenberg at the New York Times observes that journalists' responsibility for reliable guidance toward truth is slipping.Jim Spangler, chief...

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