Ian Guider: Declan Kelly, of all people, should have realised his departure from Teneo was inevitable
Social media and the 24-hour news cycle mean prominent figures accused of misbehaviour can no longer just lie low until the fuss dies down
Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair’s communications guru, is one adherent to the rule that if the media focuses on the same story for more than ten days it has become a proper scandal.
This prolonged media interest in a story distracts from the actual work of a government or company and the person responsible for that storm has to pay the ultimate price with their job. During the Blair years, more than a few...
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Paddy O’Dea: How communications failures put Dublin City Council on the back foot
The council has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory more than once by failing to meaningfully engage with the public and explain its plans in a clear and timely manner