Public Relations and the Power of Creativity: Strategic Opportunities, Innovation and Critical Challenges

Sarah Bowman (Editor), Adrian Crookes (Editor), Oyvind Ihlen (Editor), Stefania Romenti (Editor)

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Abstract

Creativity is the development and use of imagination to solve current challenges or create innovative ideas for the future. The complexity and challenges of the contemporary world arguably require increasing levels of creativity and innovation to manage the disruptive forces at work and build a prosperous and sustainable global society.

Public relations is often seen as the discipline that amplifies creative ideas developed by other sectors, but this is changing. With the blurring of lines among creative industries, organisations are increasingly turning to PR to generate the ‘big ideas’ at the heart of effective communication.

This volume gathers 12 outstanding contributions from scholars based in Germany, Finland, Austria, Romania, the UK, Spain, France, Norway, Turkey and the USA. Taken together, the chapters demonstrate a range of possibilities for creative thinking about public relations management and collaboration in different settings and with different purposes. The chapters hint at opportunities, point towards innovation, and challenge our thinking about the power of creativity.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBingley
PublisherEmerald
Commissioning bodyEuropean Public Relations Education and Research Association
Number of pages256
Volume3
ISBN (Print)9781787692923
Publication statusPublished - 4 Oct 2018

Publication series

NameAdvances in Public Relations and Communications Management
PublisherEmerald
Volume3

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