CCI – Corporate Communication International is a world-class, research-driven educational center in Corporate Communication.
CCI offers information on the best practices and theory of the profession to practicing professionals, scholars, and university students through professional seminars and symposia, traditional publications, electronic and on-line media, briefings and white papers, and traditional university courses.
Devoted to the theory and practice of corporate communication, Corporate Communication International provides vital information for corporate practitioners, as well as scholars, policy makers, and the general public.
Corporate Communication encodes and promotes:
- strong corporate culture
- coherent corporate identity
- reasonable corporate philosophy
- genuine sense of corporate citizenship
- an appropriate and professional relationship with the press
- quick, responsible ways of communicating in a crisis
- understanding of communication tools and technologies
- sophisticated approaches to global communications
How an organization communicates with its employees, its extended audiences, the press, and its customers brings its values to life.
Announcing Corporate Communication International Conference on Corporate Communication 2014 Paper Winners!
CCI Conference on Corporate Communication 2012 selected papers now featured in Corporate Communications: An International Journal, Volume 19, Issue 1. Read paper abstracts and guest editorial here.
CCI co-sponsors event to launch The Museum of Public Relations’ exhibit at Baruch. Learn more about the event here and the museum and exhibit in the following:
Museum to Hone Image of the P.R. Profession by Christine Haughney, Sept. 14, 2014, The New York Times
CCI PRESS RELEASES HERE
Dr Roslyn Petelin, Convenor of the Writing, Publishing and Editing post-graduate program at The University of Queensland, a CCI Academic Partner, has just launched a writing and grammar MOOC (massive, open, online course) through Harvard and MIT’s edX consortium at her university in Australia. More than 42,000 students have enrolled and have greeted the first week enthusiastically. It’s free. It’s open source, so all the materials can be downloaded. It lasts for eight weeks, and it is not too late to catch up. Here are the details of the two-minute promotional video and how to join.
Videos from CCI’s CONFERENCE ON CORPORATE COMMUNICATION 2014:
The Power of Moments: Redefining Marketing in the Age of Real-Time with Lisa Wang from Twitter introduced by Valentina Chan, CCI – The Hong Kong Chapter Conference Coordinator, June 6, 2014. Program video here.
Social Media and Crisis Communication with panelists: Timothy Coombs, Oyvind Ihlen, Chung-ju Flora Hung-Baesecke, Ratna Damanti & Stacey Anne Rodrigues; moderated by Lucinda Austin and Yan Jin, June 4, 2014. Program video here.
Videos are available courtesy of Baruch College’s Digital Media Library. See past selection of CCI programs on video here.