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How to Develop a Successful Public Sector Communications Plan

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Crisis Calling: Are You Prepared? - A crisis is by nature unpredictable, and can therefore be incredibly difficult to manage. Paper-based reporting and verbal notification create gaps in communication, which can lead to dangerous errors during a serious incident. How can your organisation ensure consistent communication during a crisis? First of all, you need a bullet-proof plan. Crisis management plans should adhere to all requirements set out in BS11200, the Standard defining good practic...

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New Questions for Training and Competence: Is your Business Ready? http://ow.ly/317f8M

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What does Lord Carter’s interim report mean for NHS procurement? http://ow.ly/30NEgO

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Arctic Oil: The Next Cold War? - Shell’s plans to drill for oil in the Arctic and the subsequent media coverage have thrown up important questions for Energy & Utilities corporations. Could the scrum for the Arctic herald a Second Cold War – and could it devastate the Oil & Gas industry? As studies show that unclaimed territory in the North Pole includes areas with high probability of oil and gas reserves, businesses and even nations might do well to battle each other f... http://ow.ly/30HaEQ

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Our Top Tips for Crisis Communications - Last week AIMediaComms (to be known as Vuelio going forward) partnered with PRWeek and attended their Crisis Communications Conference. The event touched upon recent PR crises like the Alton Towers rollercoaster crash and Network Rail’s engineering works delays to show how organisations can effectively manage their crisis comms and implement best practice crisis management. As extracted from the event, here are the experts’ top t... http://ow.ly/30H6cW

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Can Engagement, Technology and Content Improve Learning? - Yesterday AITalent attended the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2015. As predicted, the event delivered an exciting lineup that included beneficial networking opportunities, key industry information and interesting seminars revealing current and future learning trends. At AITalent we picked out the points from the event that are most relevant for effective learning management: Users must be engaged Interestin... http://ow.ly/307zqa

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Is Content as a Service the Next Big Thing in Learning? - Content is often neglected when considering organisational strategy and focus, but is crucial to employee learning. To address the growing need for quality content in the Learning Management space, Content as a Service (CaaS) has recently emerged from other technology-based solutions as its own product. But what is CaaS, and what effect will it have on Learning Management? In its simplest form, CaaS is the provis... http://ow.ly/2ZOU4o

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Are eAuctions a Qualitative Way of Driving Savings? - eAuctions have been proven to deliver significant quantitative savings for public sector organisations. AIProcurement’s innovative solutions recently realised £230,000 of savings for Kirklees Council within the first stages of implementation. However, are eAuctions also a qualitative way of driving savings? Because procurement is no longer purely price-led, online electronic auction software has the potential to deli... http://ow.ly/2ZwNda

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Are You Gambling with Your Training & Competence Framework? - We are all familiar with the three core elements critical to the delivery of organisational objectives: retaining highly competent people, achieving financial targets and delivering excellent customer outcomes. But how often do we actually review our Training & Competence (T&C) frameworks – and how is this affecting our organisations? Metrics such as Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are designed to play to t... http://ow.ly/2Zt4wu
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