Lecturer, author, Online PR consultant and ? student. Blog: http:leverwealth.blogspot.com Experience includes: Corporate Affairs, Company start-up and management, Strategy Management, Marketing, PR consultancy, Media Research and Evaluation, Internet PR. Interest include doctoral research into wealth created through relationships as intangible assets. Address: Chisledon, Wiltshire United Kingdom cell phone: +44 07759913605 e-mail david dot g dot h dot phillips at ge mail dot com 2006/7 Failed to retire 2005 Appointed Forward Development Advisor to Romeike International Reflecting the ? interest in the value of relationships, a major paper on development of value from intangible assets 'Towards Relationship Management' was given to the Alan Rawel CIPR Academic Conference April 2005. Demonstrated a process for evaluating press coverage using Latent Semantic Analysis. Wrote The Evaluation Needs of the Public Relations Industry, a research paper for The Centre for PR Research at Leeds 2004 Appointed Chairman of the Delahaye UK Advisory Board Completed the largest bibliography about public relations measurement and evaluation worldwide. Created software to automate summarisation of news stories 2003 Detailed and new research identified the extent to which the ‘nominal juror’ is influenced by the Internet for professional evidence to the High Court at the John Leslie case. Presented the paper about the Value of Public Relations to Bledcom, The annual international public relations academic symposium. Developed News management software for normalising, abstracting and distributing clips and news texts from ?, web and other sources. Developed software for Latent Semantic Analysis applications. Began Part time, distance ?. Created an online version of the stakeholder mapping software programme using a visualisation technique (The Clarity Concept). Advised Government department on stakeholder strategy with Dr Jon White. 2002 Internet Reputation Services invited to advise on PR agency selection for £5 million Government funded business start-up initiative. Re-structured Clarity Software Ltd creating new consultancy software for identification and evaluation of stakeholders, brands and issues using corporate knowledge resources and tacit management knowledge. Presented Meta Data for PR Insights, an invited paper to the ? International Conference on the Impact of the Internet on Media Monitoring New York. Appointed Chair of membership committee of XPRL.org, a global XML initiative for the PR industry. The next Big Thing in PR, a paper about XML to the Public Relations Society of America International Convention San Francisco Lectured on On-line Public Relations, lectures at Universities of Bournemouth, Leeds Metropolitan, Lincoln, South Wales; Brand Attributes in Public Relations Lecture for Bournemouth University. The Internet Effect paper presented to the Motor Industry Public Affairs Association. 2001 Developed software for the ordering of client’s daily web citations for management of web based news and comment. A founder of the public relations industry standard XPRL (launch 21 November 2001) 2000 Lectures on the effect of the Internet on corporate reputation and communications across Europe (Sweden, Cyprus, The Netherlands, UK). Delivered the findings of the IPR/PRCA Internet Commission to the Public Relations Society of America Executive Council. Internet Strategy seminars to Unilever, Volvo/Ford. Lectures on the Internet and public relations at Bradford School of Management and Leeds School of Management, Leeds Metropolitan University, Bournemouth University, University of Central Lancashire, University of South Wales. 1999 Founded Internet Reputation Services Ltd., a vehicle for Online freelance work. Appointed as Chairman of the joint United Kingdom Institute of Public Relations and Public Relations Consultants’ Association Internet Commission. 1995 ‘The Millennium Force’ lecture to the Institute of Public Relations conference in 1995 on the future of PR with Dr. Jon White, Dr Reginald Watts FIPR and Tom Brannan FCIM. One of the first lectures on the future effect of Information and Communications Technologies to any public relations forum in the world. 1994 Developed the first corporate relationship envisioning software with Dr Jon White and formed Clarity Software Ltd. 1992 The media content analysis and evaluation division formed as Media Measurement Ltd. As MD, I pioneered many of the media evaluation industry techniques, developed a world leading software programme. At the time it employed 20 people, the company was sold (in 1998). Appointed to Beds, Bucks and Herts Board of the Prince’s Youth Business Trust. 1985 Formed Phillips And Company a Public Relations and Marketing consultancy with clients such as SKF, Rockwell Automation, Hughes Network Systems, Tussauds, Hyster Europe, Boss Group, APV/Bitzer and Atlet. The consultancy business was sold in an MBO when its fee base reach £0.4 million to Taurus PR in 1997. 1979 Marketing and Public Relations Director with Lancer Boss Group. Member of the three strong international acquisitions team. The company CEO was made a Knight during this period. Execution of five acquisition communications plans Change of the corporate identity of the company worldwide Launched (worldwide) the widest range of products across the whole industry sector Implemented communications plans for continuous corporate re-engineering Won the IPR community relations prize Was nominated to RCA for corporate and product video programmes. (Boss Group was merged with Jungheinrich AG in 2001) 1966-1979 Coming to public relations from politics where he was a founder member of Young European Democrats. Political organiser for Conservative Central Office, Bradford, Coventry, South West Bedfordshire. Author of: ? ‘Managing Your Reputation in Cyberspace’ (1999 Thorogood) ‘On-line Public Relations’ (2001 Kogan Page) ‘Evaluating Press Coverage’ (1995 Kogan Page – now translated into Chinese, Russian, Korean,) ‘Evaluating Press Coverage’ Second edition (1995 Kogan Page) and chapters in books: CHAPTERS: PR crisis management in the internet mediated era A Handbook of Corporate Communication and Public Relations (2004 Routledge) -- edited by Dr Sandra Oliver PAPERS “Evaluating Content Counts” (Journal of Communication Management – vol 6 No 1) “Blazing Netshine in the Value Chain” (Journal of Communications Management – December 2000, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 189-206(18) ) “On-line Public Relations – Evaluation Leads The Way” (paper presented to the Institute of Public Relations Measuring Success Conference – June 2001) “A Bibliographical Resource of works about Public Relations Media Measurement Research and Evaluation” A joint Anglo/American resource compiled with Dr Walter Lindenman of the Institute for Public Relations, University of Florida 2001 The Vision document for XPRL the global XML initiative for the PR industry www.xprl.org. “Super-Themes for PR Evaluation” (Journal of Communications Management – Jun 2002) “The Evaluationists” Journal of Corporate Communication – May 2002 Wrote the paper for XPRL on the need and application of schema “XML for Non Financial Reporting and other Off Balance Sheet Reporting” including Corporate Social Responsibility for XPRL. “The Evaluation Needs of the Public Relations Industry”, a paper for The Centre for PR Research Leeds Metropolitan University. “Relationship Management” The Gauge – New York 2004 “Towards Relationship Management”, a competitive paper presented to the Alan Rawel CIPR Academic Conference 2005. Relationships are the core value for organisations: A practitioner perspective Corporate Communications: An International Journal 2006 Volume: 11 Issue: 1 Page: 34 - 42 "Towards relationship management: Public relations at the core of organisational development" Journal of Communication Management 2006 Volume: 10 Issue: 2 Page: 211 - 226 Age 62, he is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.