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Strategic Communication
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS AND NATIONAL STRATEGY  

Good communication is both a function and a proof of good governance: in a democracy informative and transparent communication is essential to the maintenance of a productive and enduring relationship between the executive, the legislature, the judiciary and the ...Read more >

55 Pages
1.56 MB
NATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

In this report, we describe strategic communication as the synchronization of our words and deeds as well as deliberate efforts to communicate and engage with intended ...Read more >

16 Pages
1.10 MB
TRANSFORMING THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

This paper will examine DoDs Strategic Communication strategy to support the Global War on Terror objectives. It will review the ways and means that DoD employs to achieve its communication objectives and evaluate emerging information technologies to enhance future strategic communication requirements. It will also make recommendations to transform current practices that will require reprioritizing resources in order to gain an advantage in the contemporary global information ...Read more >

24 Pages
54.65 KB
BLOW YOUR OWN HORN  

Strategic Communications: Not Just Nice to Have It is Critical to Program ...Read more >

5 Pages
370.63 KB
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE REPORT ON STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION  

This report describes how DoD understands strategic communication, offers DoD views on the appropriate DoD role in strategic communication and public diplomacy, explains existing DoD processes and organizations that support effective strategic communication and describes some potential future avenues for improvement and change (including an assessment of the option of establishing a strategic communication board within ...Read more >

12 Pages
660.21 KB
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION : A DEPARTMENTAL TRANSFORMATION  

This paper reviews the capabilities gap between existing organizational structure of the DoD Strategic Communication (SC) enterprise and the nation’s requirements for communication strategies. Its premise is that there is no effective single advocate or department with the responsibility, capability and the authority to ensure an effective strategic communication ...Read more >

32 Pages
389.60 KB
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS, PSYOPS AND ASYMMETRICAL THREATS  

To win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of ...Read more >

26 Pages
979.50 KB
STRATEGIC (MIS) COMMUNICATIONS LESSONS (NOT) LEARNED FROM THE WAR ON TERRORISM  

Understandable after 9/11 but war provides a misleading label – who are the enemy? Where are they? How do you negotiate ‘peace’ with ...Read more >

16 Pages
292.50 KB
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION AND THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM  

That conducted by governments against their terrorist adversaries (Psychological Operations or PSYOPS) Public Diplomacy and Strategic Information to friendly, neutral and hostile audiences That conducted through the ...Read more >

50 Pages
3.33 MB
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