Centre for Public Scrutiny blog

I spent this morning with my councillor hat on in the Thriving Communities scrutiny board of Leeds City Council. One of the agenda items was to agree to scrutinise affordable housing policy in Leeds. Coincidentally the same topic cropped up…

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Financial Times article on Brands enter the blogosphere

Drew B points to Brands enter the blogosphere in today’s Financial Times. What I find interesting is that it is by-lined to someone who runs a blog consultancy. Surpisingly the website of this blog consultancy doesn’t appear to feature a…

Read full story · Comments { 1 }

I hope I don’t lose any visitors

I’m hoping that the move from 20six to Typepad doesn’t lose too many visitors. via Councillor Andrew Brown

Read full story · Comments { 2 }

Moving to Typepad

With some trepidation I’ve finally decided to move my A PR Guru’s Musings blog to Typepad. In doing so I also finally practice what I preach to clients and give it its own URL at www.stuartbruce.biz. I’ve experimented with both…

Read full story · Comments { 4 }

Top 50 business thinkers of 2005

Santiago Iñiguez, Dean of Instituto de Empresa, has an interesting post on BizDeansTalk about the Top 50 business thinkers of 2005. What I found most interesting is that it is a varied mix of ‘gurus’, academics and actual real life…

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

CIPR Rebuilding Hope conference

The CIPR Rebuilding Hope conference will also have an exhibition and all of the speakers have been asked to contribute a couple of paragraphs for display. Philip Young has shared his here so I thought I’d do the same: —————————…

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

These people give politicians a bad name

Today’s Yorkshire Post reports that the Department for Transport is investing in evaluating its media coverage. Why is this a story, surely it’s part of every professional PR activity? Well yes of course it is, but it hasn’t stopped two…

Read full story · Comments { 0 }