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Since strategies have been culled from organizations, they are assumed to be successful and workable.
There is surprisingly little attention to providing necessary information for implementation of ideas. Also, descriptions are generally very brief, failing to explain how or why strategies work. Since organizations using the strategy are named, readers could attempt to contact them for specifics.
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Having indicated major weaknesses inherent in brief descriptions, attention should also be given to a number of strengths in this work. First, Nelson provides an extremely large number of suggested tactics. Often failure to uncover new ideas for you organization is a major limiting factor in program innovation.
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Sheer numbers available here will likely lead to fruitful ideas. Two small section discuss no-cost and low-cost rewards. Additionally, other sections, which are generally organized around type of reward, offer strategies with various levels of financial cost and time commitment. Third, while the title suggests the book is written specifically for employees of for-profit organizations, many of the suggestions are equally feasible for staff and volunteers of not-for-profit organizations. This is particularly important because many not-for-profit organizations have an extremely small public relations staff.
Ideas in this book can substitute for ideas generated by coworkers.
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Many public relations professionals attend meetings or participate in computer discussion groups to gather ideas from colleagues. Nelson has taken various ideas for motivation and created a fine reference manual. Should this be required reading for all public relations practitioners and educators? Probably not. Should it be a readily available reference for individuals involved in employee motivation? Charles A. This requires mutual understanding-even where folks disagree or have divergent interests. Language is an essential element in gaining such understanding.
However, language study may suffer as public relations education focuses more and more on Winter Public Relations Review applied social sciences from political science and management to organizational communication and public-opinion research. Courses in specialized journalistic writing, creative writing, and rhetoric-areas which stress creative, sensitive use of words-may be neglected. The volume features beautiful writing as well as graphics. The prose-and some poetry-are readable, concise, and entertaining. Interesting, clear examples abound.
For example, one such spread looks at the distinction between American and British English. And so on and on.