This handbook on group decision-making for those wanting to operate in a consensus fashion stresses the advantages of informal, common sense approaches to working together. It describes how any group can put these approaches into practice, and relates numerous examples of situations in which such approaches have been applied.

Dealing with the Press

Dealing with the press
James E.Kunde

Americans have a love-hate relationship with the media. We rely on information from a wide range of news sources to keep us “in the loop” and help us make decisions about everything from how to vote to whether or not to carry an umbrella to work. We can (and do) get news at any time of the day or night. We watch 24-hour news channels, read the daily papers, surf the World Wide Web, and carry pagers that transmit continuous streams of information. Want to find out if Congress passed that tax cut? Want to know what the Dow Jones Industrial Average is this very moment? Want to know what the weather will be in Beijing tomorrow? ...

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