Monthly Archives: October 2009

Interview with Anthony P. Schirripa, Mancini-Duffy

In this 18th edition of “Sound Advice with Joan Capelin,” Tony Schirripa, chairman and chief executive officer of Mancini-Duffy provides his perspective and advice on the following topics:
-How to build a strong organization
-Taking risks in a recession
-The importance of financial and business planning
-Keeping the interns
-Communicating in tough times.

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Tony Schirripa Details How To Plan For the Unexpected

Joan Capelin interviewed Tony Schirripa, chairman and chief executive officer of Mancini-Duffy, for the 18th interview of the “Sound Advice” series. The podcast provides Tony’s perspective and advice on how to build a strong organization; taking risks in a recession; the importance of financial and business planning; keeping the interns; and communicating in tough times. […]

Urban Land Publishes Joan Capelin’s Article on Graduate Courses About Sustainability

Urban Land, the publication of the Urban Land Institute, asked Joan Capelin to write an article for its August issue about sustainable education programs in university-based real estate development programs across the country. The request came because Capelin Communications is known to be expert in communicating about green design.

Scott Simpson Explains How to Make the Most of the Recession

Joan Capelin interviewed Scott Simpson, FAIA – senior director of Kling-Stubbins – for the 17th interview of the “Sound Advice” series. The podcast provides Scott’s perspective and advice on what awaits the “next architect” [his book – The Next Architect: a New Twist on the Future of Design] in this recession, the important difference between […]

Interview with Scott Simpson, Kling-Stubbins

In this 17th edition of “Sound Advice with Joan Capelin,” Scott Simpson, senior director of Kling-Stubbins provides his perspective and advice on the following topics:
-What awaits be the “next architect” [his book – The Next Architect: a New Twist on the Future of Design] in this recession
-The important difference between risk and value
-Learning to speak the client’s language
-Vision as a component of leadership
-How to find the extraordinary in a recession assignment

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Scott Braley Suggests How to Survive This Recession

Joan Capelin interviewed Scott Braley – principal of Braley Consulting & Training – for the 16th interview of the “Sound Advice” series.

The podcast provides Scott’s perspective and advice on the difference between this and previous recessions, the importance of marketing internally, what a marketing officer should be considering going forward, and why continued training is so valuable.

Interview with Scott Braley, Braley Consulting

In this 16th edition of “Sound Advice with Joan Capelin,” Scott Braley, principal of Braley Consulting & Training provides his perspective and advice on the following topics:

-The difference between this and previous recessions
-The importance of marketing internally
-What a marketing officer should be considering going forward
-Why continued training is so valuable.

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Joan Capelin Tells Short Tales in October’s Marketer

For her ongoing “Compelling Communications” column in SMPS Marketer, Joan points out that storytelling – gaining attention as an effective way to influence decisions – achieves many marketing and training purposes.  In “Once Upon a Time,” Joan’s goal is to help people realize how many stories they do have available to them – useful in […]