OBA Boston Chapter

Virtual nations: new communication challenges for states, business, society

Tue, 27 Jan, 2015 18:00 – 19:30

Pre-registration at least 2 days in advance and a photo ID are required to enter the Consulate. 

The OBA cordially invites you (whether you are an alumnus or not) to the second OBA Boston Lecture with a seminar entitled:

“Virtual nations: new communication challenges for states, business, and society”

Speaker: Dr Simon Moore, Associate Professor of Information Design & Corporate Communications at Bentley College and Oxford DPhil.

From the Bentley website: “Specializes in public affairs, issues and risk management, crisis planning, developing new business proposals and environmental communication. Created and taught public relations and crisis communications courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in Britain, Canada and United States. Published, presented and consulted in Britain, Canada and the United States. Author of An Invitation to Public Relations and Public Relations and the History of Ideas; co-author of Effective Crisis Communication: Worldwide Principles and Practice, Global Technology and Corporate Crisis.”

About the Oxford Business Alumni Lecture Series
Businesses operate in complex contexts affected by economic climates, political trends, cultural values, legal developments, and technological changes. The OBA Lecture Series seeks to explore the practice and theory of business and management across disciplines and contexts. Addressing an audience of Oxford business school graduates, Oxford alumni, and friends of Oxford based in and around Boston, the lecture series will invite speakers and experts from a wide range of fields – economics, political science, religion, technology, law, entrepreneurship and others – to speak on their impact on business and management in an increasingly networked and diverse world.

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