PR scenario: An organization wants to position itself as a leader in embracing diversity in the workplace.
Virtual Organization: Kudler Fine Foods
This organization will be the basis for your PR Campaign.
Prepare a detailed outline of your campaign addressing the following:
- Identify the selected organization's PR issues based on your selected scenario.
- Develop a market research plan to support your PR Campaign strategy development.
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Kudler Fine Foods (KFF) will create a public relations campaign that exemplifies organizational diversity to expand and strengthen its customer base and to create a workforce that is reflective of the diversity of its product lines. Through the use of public relations tool such as media utilization, community involvement, technology integration, customer and employee surveys and standard public awareness efforts, KFF plans to position itself as a leader in embracing diversity in the workplace.
Public Relations Issues
Many issues arise when organizational diversity is the focus of any new public relations initiative. The public (internal and external) perception of the company's motive is paramount since diversity in the workplace is a very important issue on the business horizon. For this reason KFF leadership must determine the true reason for undertaking such an endeavor. The reason must be an unfettered commitment to act in a manner reflective of good corporate citizenship and concern for the communities they serve. It must be clear that KFF is not merely reacting to the necessary evil of the current business environment and truly seeking to strengthen and dignify their ...
This solution provides an overview paper on the public relations campaign.