A non-exhaustive list of the functions of corporate communication involves identifying and segmenting stakeholders, promoting brand positioning, selecting appropriate channels of internal and external communication, and managing crisis and reputation, among others. This second revised edition of Corporate Communications: Principles and Practice—a well-accepted textbook designed for the students of mass communication, public relations and journalism—offers a fresh perspective into all basic and critical aspects of corporate communication. It incorporates the latest changes in governmental policies and industry trends in the country to aid students relate to the contemporary environment and become industry-ready.
· Incorporates the changes brought about by Companies Act 2013 (CSR practices), tax reforms by Government of India (GST in place of multiple indirect tax structure) and others
· Includes citations from Encyclopedia on Corporate Reputation for global perspectives on issues.
· New global and Indian case studies with points for discussion and analytical inputs