How to ace your PR degree (part one)

It can be hard to study, especially when you’re working full time. Polly Foster explains how to aim high and achieve top grades in a postgraduate qualification.

Rhetorical revolution: from Cicero to Trump

Final year student Jack Milford places Donald Trump’s controversial style of political communication within a long rhetorical tradition dating back to Roman times. He summarises his final year dissertation on political communication.

Creativity, Cannes and Cass Business School

Claire Bridges, author of a new book on creativity in business, reflects on her corporate, consultancy and business school experience and offers the careers advice she would give to her younger self.

My 2017 reading list

Here are some recent and forthcoming books on my wishlists that I’m looking forward to reading in 2017, Richard Bailey writes. There should be something here for everyone – and I’m keen to learn of more new titles from authors, editors and publishers.

Keeping Shtum

This bracing and brilliant new book from a senior practitioner who has also studied the public relations academic literature is a useful critique to the standard theories proposed in most textbooks on reputation, stakeholder relationship and crisis management. Review by Richard Bailey.