Issues management involves prioritizing and proactively addressing public policy and reputation issues that can affect an organization’s success. Many large companies use issues management techniques to keep their external relations activities focused on high-priority challenges and opportunities.
FCPA, U.K. Bribery Act and Beyond: Guidance for Global Public Affairs
6 Feb 2014
With overseas corporate bribery scandals making headlines in recent years, anti-corruption and compliance issues have received renewed attention from the international business community. But transparent and compliant public affairs efforts can help companies avoid risk. This members-only resource provides basic information on the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, the U.K. Bribery Act and other key anti-corruption statutes.
18 Dec 2013
In the past 20 years, traditional strategies for improving corporate reputations, serving communities or influencing government policy have undergone a fundamental shift. One-way communication is out. Stakeholder engagement is in. Here's a look at how companies are focusing on meaningful engagement.
What’s the Relationship Between Issues Management and Measuring Public Affairs?
13 Nov 2013
Showing how public affairs and issues management affect the bottom line is an important way to demonstrate the core value the functions bring to your business, says the Council’s Sheree Anne Kelly.
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