Tag Archive: Construction Manager

Apr 29 2015

Diversity: an issue for PR, an even bigger one for construction

If PR professionals are serious about managing reputation, they have to be serious about understanding the reasons for that reputation and helping businesses tackle underpinning issues such as diversity. At a recent group chairs meeting at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (I represented the CIPR’s construction and property special interest group, CAPSIG), my fellow …

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Nov 16 2012

CIOB-backed Designing Buildings Wiki

Some coincidences…. First, the Chartered Institute of Building magazine, Construction Manager, recently published an article by me looking at some of the latest examples of construction-specific social media tools (see It’s Social, but it’s still media). Next, on Wednesday evening, I travelled to Chelmsford to talk to the Essex branch of the CIOB about social …

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Jul 10 2009

Concrete signs of interest in social media

When heavyweight [sic] magazines devoted to specialists sectors such as construction materials start talking about social media, you can be sure that the industry is beginning to wake up to the idea. Just days after UK magazine Construction Manager‘s own feature (see post), I came across an article by Stephanie Brown – Twitter Dee, Twitter …

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Jul 07 2009

Blogs, Twitter, social networking: your new business tools

The latest issue of Construction Manager magazine, the journal of the Chartered Institute of Building, CIOB, has a feature by Stephen Cousins and Elaine Knutt on using social media in the UK construction industry. The feature is well worth reading as it is full of insights from some of the sector’s most well-known bloggers, Tweeters …

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