Government Relations - A Public Relations project


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  • Nearly everything business does is influenced by govt. which provides and enforces the rules by which business is conducted and determines the climate in which business must function .
  • Government Relations - A Public Relations project

    1. 1. GOVERNMENT RELATIONS A PUBLIC RELATIONS Presentation Presented By: ARUSHI Sharma Shaheed Sukhdev DRISHTI Rana College of Business Studies DIVIK Girdhar BBS I-BHISHAM Ahmed Rizvi
    2. 2. WHAT ARE GOVERNMENT RELATIONS?Government relations for companies are systematic effort to influence the policies of government to help achieve particular objectives or protect particular interest in public that reflects well on company and the decision makers involved.
    3. 3. NEED FOR GOVERNMENT RELATIONSNEED FOR GOVERNMENT Impact on business operations RELATIONS Impact on functional environment Better understanding of Government policies Maintenance of trust and transparency
    4. 4. OBJECTIVES OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS Enduring co-operation between business and governance. Synthesis of the interests of business and government to their common advantage. Working partnership and mutual co- operation between the two parties.
    5. 5. FACTORS AFFECTING GOVERNMENT RELATIONS MANTAINED BY ORGANISATIONS Degree of Functional freedom and Economy liberalization Government Policies Political party in power
    6. 6. PROCESS OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONSThe Dynamic Model Research Action Plan / Objectives & Evaluation Program Planning Communication Tactics & Implementation
    7. 7. GOVERNMENT RELATIONS – A TWO WAY PROCESS Government Relations Maintained by Maintained by the Government the Organisation Conscious efforts, both by the government as well as theorganization are required. In the absence of either, it is not possible to maintain healthy government relations.
    8. 8. PR GUIDELINES FOR BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT AND POLITICAL PARTIESRespecting the political liberties of employees Friendly relationships with national and state legislators and elected municipal officials, particularly in states where the company maintains and runs factories. Public stand on proposed measures which may affect business by Heads of corporations. Business should give voluntary service to government agencies where exigencies demand.Meaningful opposition that is constructive, factual, realistic and offersalternatives.
    9. 9. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUESLocal, self government and community levels• (I.e. relations of corporations, associations, unions and NPOs with state and local self governments)• Interacting and maintaining good relations with Permanent legislative representatives of the area.• State or local trade associations represent smaller concerns to the concerned government representatives.State and Municipality level• Interaction with municipal agencies and officials.• Lobbying during legislation and policy making.
    10. 10. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUESCommon to Central, State and local levels• Filing briefs and/or Public appearances.• Committee/Public hearings.• Formal dinners or informal luncheons and breakfasts.• Informal round table discussions.• Delegation visits.• Industrial plant tours.• Telephone calls, correspondence and telegrams.• Advertising and Publicity.• Booklets, folders, speeches, annual reports and company magazines.
    11. 11. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUESSome additional tools• Traditional tools - Press releases and media kits sent out to publicize the stand of the organizations.• Relatively new tools - Social media which provides a platform for two way communication and ensures feedback.
    12. 12. LOBBYING• Lobbying is a form of advocacy with the intention of influencing decisions made by the government by individuals or more usually by Lobby groups.• It includes all attempts to influence legislators and officials, whether by other legislators, constituents, or organized groups.• A lobbyist is a person who tries to influence legislation on behalf of a special interest or a member of a lobby.• It is looked upon by an average person as something mysterious, suspicious and obscure. They are called the “third house” and by less complementary names such as influence peddlers and fixers.
    13. 13. THE OUTCOMES OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS FOR AN ORGANISATION GOOD GOVERNMENT BAD GOVERNMENT RELATIONS RELATIONS-Helps in protecting the -Organizational goals cannotorganizations interests. be achieved.-Helps in having a voice in -No influence on legislationswhat legislation is enacted. that affect the organization.-Play a part in determining -The organization becomes agovt. fiscal policies , spectator, rather than ataxation. participant in forming of govt. policies
    14. 14. THE POSITIVE CHANGE Since the turn of the century there has been a steadily increasing interaction of government and business organizations.GOVERNMENT BUSINESS ORG.The Government has started There is an increasingrecognizing the importance recognition on the part ofof business organizations to business executives of the the economy of the state, importance of developing anand have started interacting effective partnership with with them. government.
    16. 16. SATYAM SCANDAL – An Analysis• On January 7, 2009, Ramalingam Raju, the erstwhile chairman of Satyam Ltd., Indias leading IT firm, made an admission of conscious fraud & misreporting perpetrated by him over several years.• The media, who had eulogized him till then, suddenly turned on him with a vengeance, conscious that they had also failed in their duty as watchdogs of businesses.
    17. 17. SATYAM SCANDAL – An Analysis• The crisis also impacted several companies associated with Satyam including EMRI (Emergency Medical Response Institute), a not- for-profit endeavor (for running free ambulance services) in which Satyam had committed 5% of running costs with the balance 95% coming from various state governments.
    18. 18. SATYAM SCANDAL – Role of Government Relations• Due to its steady government relations in the past, the PR team handling the issue could persuade the Indian government and take quick action and set up an interim board consisting of industry stalwarts for the company to assess the true worth of Satyam and to seek a suitable investor & management.• The swiftly conducted and fiercely contested bid was won by Mahindra & Mahindra and Satyam was merged with a group IT Company.
    19. 19. SATYAM SCANDAL – Role of Government Relations• This swift & timely execution and the confidence- building-measures taken by the interim board helped regain faith by the customers and the world at large in the Indian IT industry.• Thus, it is exemplary evidence of how effective PR can salvage situation with the government, irrespective of the size.
    21. 21. CONCLUSION
    22. 22. THANK YOU!