By Joep P. Cornelissen
Disguise -- Contents -- record of packing containers, Figures and Tables -- Preface -- half I: Mapping the sphere -- idea and perform / bankruptcy 1 -- Circumscribing company Communications -- advertising and marketing, Public family members and company Communications / bankruptcy 2 -- company Communications in ancient viewpoint -- Stakeholders, identification and acceptance / bankruptcy three -- company Communications in Theoretical standpoint -- company Communications in perform / half II -- concept and perform / bankruptcy four -- Communications technique -- concept and perform / bankruptcy five -- The association of Communications -- conception and perform / bankruptcy 6 -- Communications Practitioners -- Retrospect and Prospect / half III -- bankruptcy 7 -- the way forward for company Communications and different Communications phrases
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To add ghee to the fire, the concerned official of BA had not even a single word of apology to say’ (customer of BA). Corporate reputation An individual's collective representation of past images of an organization (induced through either communication or past experiences) established over time ‘Through the Executive Club program, British Airways has developed a reputation as an innovator in developing direct relationships with its customers and in tailoring its services to enhance these relationships’ (longstanding supplier of BA).
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Corporate Communications: Theory and Practice by Joep P. Cornelissen