Smarter Fundraising/Science behind communications
Precise Value is using advanced database analysis to assist The Smith
Family communicate more effectively with prospects and donors and
achieve higher percentage returns on donation campaigns. Learn more in our Case Study - Smarter Fundraising/Science behind communications
Trust BenchmarkPrecise Value creates a cross-client Trust Benchmark based on human assessment of over 10,000 articles. Read the latest findings from this work in the case study - Trust Benchmark
interviews & speaking engagements
World PR Forum - Melbourne - November 2012Michael joined a panel where the topic 'Have we found the Higgs Boson of public relations in our advances measuring value?' was discussed in detail.
Read more about the World PR Forum
How can PR professionals show measurable value to their clients and prospects in these tough times? October 2012Precise Value recently brought together a group of PR professionals for a PR Professional Forum and here are some of the areas discussed.
Webinar: Well derived Measurement & Evaluation of Public Relations can solve business needs. August 2012
Our CEO, Michael Ziviani, joined John Croll of Sentia Media to bring to life and share their combined experience and insight into best practice measurement and evaluation. They examined common misconceptions and barriers and offer solutions to overcoming these roadblocks along with real-life project examples and their outcomes. They also painted a vision and future direction for the evolution of M&E towards solving business needs.
PRIA members can listen to Michael and John by following the following link -
or you can view Michael's Webinair presentation slides.
PRIA National Events - June 2012
Communications Analytics: Finding New Value - Read Michael's latest presentation prepared for two national PRIA events. In it he describes how to approach measurement and evaluation of both traditional and social media. The presentation outlines the best practice experience of Precise Value, supported by the latest thinking from the AMEC European Summit in June 2012. Michael describes how communications outputs can be measured, evaluated against objectives and further linked to organisational outcomes. Several examples and cases are discussed to demonstrate the suggested process. The presentation concludes with a brief overview of International standardisation currently underway.
AMEC's 1st Asia Pacific PR Summit on Measurement , Hong Kong, 29 February - 1st MarchMichael presented at the Summit speaking on current media measurement benchmarks; The Barcelona Principles - what are they and how do I use them in establishing my program performance? 'Prove everything or Die'
Read his Presentation Handout Notes and Speakers' Summary
Michael is also working to localise the Barcelona Principles for Australia. Watch his blog for more coming up on this.
Qantas Inflight, July 2010An interview with Michael Ziviani and Ita Buttrose discussing investing in your Corporate Reputation.
adtech sydneyIn March 2010, Michael Ziviani joined a panel where the topic for discussion was:
How to Transform your Marketing Mix for Innovation, Product& Business Development
evoTV interview Michael Ziviani, May 2009.
Sydney Australia, August 2009Corporate Responsibility conference A cross-industry forum exploring best practice in linking business capabilities to stakeholder expectations via CR.
Michael's topic - Optimising Communication strategies: CR Communications as your strategic asset
- Analysing CR communications
- Understanding how CR can reduce risk and build trust for your organisation
- Structuring/Managing you communications for optimal return-on-effort
- Uncovering the commercial ROI of CR communications
MOSS Sustainability Series National Tour - Licence to Operate
Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney: March to May 2009
- Maximising 'bang for buck' of CSR communciations
- Quantifying the ROI and buisness value of CSR
- Understanding the evolution to relationship economy
Professional Marketing Magazine, October 2008 IssueVivienne Reiner talks with Michael Ziviani on Communications, CSR and Greenwash
Precise Value Assisting Social "Salons"Precise Value has been assisting, on a pro bono basis, the social entrepreneurship "salons" at UNSW's Centre of Social Impact, led by Assoc Professor Cheryl Kernot. The assistance takes the form of advising on marketing and growth in strategy and keynote presentations.
Cheryl recently returned from the UK to take up a position with the Center for Social Impact. Her work in the UK put her at the cutting edge of Social Innovation at the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University. At the CSI Cheryl has pioneered the Social Entrepreneurs Salon to provide a place for like-minded social entrepreneurs to meet and learn and find support.
"The world is talking about social value-creation, not just financial value-creation", says Cheryl and the GFC highlights the need for a more creative capitalism that emphasises social benefit. Cheryl explains how Australia could nurture social entrepreneurs in her acclaimed essay A Quiet Revolution, Griffith REVIEW 24: Participation Society.
Precise Value also participates in the Salon with the aim of bridging Social and Commercial interests.