Andy on Twitter

  • Interesting experiencing a Microsoft vs Google office rig in several years. Suffering productivity decline. Google… ,
  • Great to see James Dilworth added to the business hall of fame. His legacy has made a difference to so many lives t… ,
  • What a great read ,
  • Sydney airport has gone from best in class to total nightmare since I’ve lived here. Time for the Govt to step in.,
  • When marketing a good idea online always good to include the URL ,
  • Connect

Erick Is Right…

Erick’s points on communications are right on… if you are a communicator, ignore them at your peril. Having been one for many years, the hardest thing is knowing you rarely have all the information – and the easiest thing is acting like you never do.

PR is not supposed to be fiction and spin. At least not all the time. Occasionally the communications professionals at companies, particularly publicly traded companies, are supposed to actually tell the truth. And perhaps help journalists and bloggers with a story instead of sending them off on a fake trail.

The trick here is a “no comment” actually helps both the communicator and the journalist.

Speak Up — Add Your Thoughts


  • Connect
How did you connect?   [?]