Fake news on social media is “YUGE!” And the problem is a global one that is growing by the day.
Apparently, false news from unreliable websites overtook accurate news from reliable websites in the 2016 US presidential election.
I’m so excited. History could be made here in sunny Singapore.
For the first time in decades, a North Korean leader will meet an American president in a historic peace summit. If things go as planned, it could signify the end of the Korean war.
History was made in the Korean Peninsula on Friday, 27 April 2018.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean president Moon Jae In signed a peace declaration to signify the end of hostilities between the two adjoining nations (and possible denuclearisation).
AirAsia’s Tony Fernandes – a model for airline CEOs (courtesy of Says.com)
Airline incidents and accidents are magnets for public attention.
Unlike a common road accident or a train delay, an air disaster is both dramatic and tragic.
What should you do when a major crisis erupts? How can you counter the wave of negative public opinions that emerge, especially online?
Well, it really depends on the circumstances. As the saying goes, having the best hammer doesn’t mean that every problem is a nail. Similarly, managing communication crises requires you to first diagnose the cause and effect of the issue before prescribing the right public relations strategy.