- Aug 10, 2019 10:39 pm GMT
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I've always considered the Q and A format a great way to capture "moment in time" snapshots of an organization's or an individual's perspective on topics. They can be particularly effective in instances where developments unfold relatively slowly rather than at a breakneck pace, since one typically would leverage other communications tools (e.g., press releases, statements) for the latter. Kudos to NRECA for its use of a Q and A to assess the progress of the association's legislative agenda.