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soon available “Issues management & crisis communication review” is the English language
section of the “Magazine de la communication de crise et sensible
since 2000 by the “Observatoire International des Crises
(OIC - International Crisis Watch)”, a
non-profit organization based in France.
Magazine de la communication de crise et sensible has one goal: to be the
source of the best new ideas for people creating, leading, and transforming
issues management & crisis communication. Since its founding in 2000, and step
by step, MCCS has win a proud reputation as one of the world's preeminent online
management & communication magazine in French language, publishing cutting-edge,
authoritative thinking on the key issues facing executives.
Today, we open MCCS to the English language.
The best way to inquire about MCCS's potential interest in a topic is to prepare
a proposal. It can be submitted by mail and should answer the following
1. What is the
central message of the article you propose to write? What is important, useful,
new, or counterintuitive about your idea? Why do managers need to know about it?
2. How can your
idea be applied in communication today (the "so what")?
3. For which
kinds of companies would the idea NOT work well? For which kinds of companies
would it work especially well? Why?
4. What research
have you conducted to support the argument in your article?
5. On what
previous work (either of your own or of others) does this idea build?
6. What is the
source of your authority? What academic, professional, or personal experience
will you draw on?
It need not be
long and it certainly need not be written in question-and-answer format. The
important point is to cover the topics the questions raise.
your proposal to
news and MCCS
appreciates the time and energy required to prepare a proposal for our
publication, and we are grateful to you for that investment. We are always
looking for new sources of solid, useful ideas that can improve the practice of
Thank you for
your interest, and your futur papers.
Didier Heiderich, Managing Editor