A Managerial Perspective
- Danny Moss - University of Chester, UK
- Barbara DeSanto - Maryville University
Public Relations (Analysis) | Public Relations (Practice)
The effective management of public relations is crucial within any organization, but a wider managerial awareness and support of its role is equally critical. Public Relations: A Managerial Perspective offers an original and vital discussion of these challenges for second and third year undergraduate and postgraduate students of public relations, corporate communications and public affairs.
This is a good, worthwhile book concerning the managerial dimensions of public relations and communication practice. Study of the various chapters will provide knowledge and deepen application of skills in this field. I welcome its inclusion within the arsenal of literature in the public relationsh domain. -Professor Philip J. Kitchen, Brock University, Canada
This new text, with contributions from communications leaders in the UK and the US, is expertly compiled by Danny Moss and Barbar DeSanto. The chapters explore the need for an improved connection between communcations and modern practices of management, strategy and leadership, arguing that communications has failed to make headway in strategic management because practitioners are rarely schooled in management disciplines.-Sally Sykes, Health and Safety Executive, UK
Very good overview of public relations from a managerial perspective.
An important contribution to the growing debate about the importance of corporate communications and the role of PR
Thorough and highly informative. Excellent as aan addition to the range of reading we offer our students at level 5.
I've adopted this book as recommended reading - provides a really good background/insight into public relations and the managerial perspective
Will be considered for next year for PR-students on year 2.
It is an excellent book that approaches PR from a most needed point of view/perspective. I would not hesitate to recommend it to colleages designing a PR course.
The book is used as supplementary reading with selected chapters. The content is suitable for students with some knowledge with public relations.
A useful book to provide students with a more indepth view of public relations.
A well written book! Extremely insightful! Public relations has been effectively explored.