Monthly Archives: May 2014

Is the anti-vaccination issue starting to wane?

A prime example of effective issue management is the world-wide campaign opposing childhood vaccination against life-threatening diseases. It’s also an example of an issue achieving a remarkable level of success despite its basic premise being so fundamentally flawed. But some … Continue reading

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Top ten issue and crisis stories

This week saw the 100th issue of Managing Outcomes. To mark the occasion this Special Anniversary Edition blog revisits our ten most popular issue and crisis stories as judged by how often they were opened.  Superstar or scientist: who do you believe? … Continue reading

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Social media is still a crisis management blind-spot

Despite all the warnings and embarrassing glitches, many organisations are still failing to embrace social media as a core tool in crisis preparedness and response. This sad reality was reinforced by a survey of American business continuity practitioners, which found … Continue reading

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