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[ecrea] JPC Call for Papers

Tue Dec 27 20:24:13 GMT 2011


Special Issue - JPC, vol. 1, issue 2:
Communicating and Managing Issues, Risks and Crises
Guest Editor, Dr. Terence (Terry) Flynn, APR, FCPRS

Issues, risks and crises are a fact of organizational life – especially
in this hyper-competitive, ‘always on’, saturated media environment.
Those organizations that are able to anticipate and be ready for the
turbulent seas that they sail in are more likely to weather the
difficult waters and successfully navigate to safer harbours. Some of
these difficulties are self-imposed (poor leadership, lack of vision,
improperly designed processes and products) while others are a result of
drastic and sometimes unforeseen changes in the organization’s operating

The question is – what are the factors necessary for organizations to
successfully manage through difficult issues, risks and crises in order
to survive potentially catastrophic events?

This special issue of the JPC invites scholars and professionals to
reflect on and recommend strategies that organizations should embrace in
order to communicate and manage issues, risks and crises in today’s
social media world.

We invite original research, case studies, literature reviews, new
management models, book reviews, editorials and interviews with leading
scholars and professionals.

Manuscripts should be submitted through the JPC website, using the link
in the toolbar to the left of the jpc website page.

	• Submission deadline: 15 March 2012
	• Anticipated publication date: June 2012

Manuscripts should follow the official JPC submission guidelines.

For more information, please contact special issue Guest Editor, Terry
Flynn at (tflynn /at/ or Editor-in-Chief, Alex Sevigny at
(sevigny /at/

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