Automobile company Citroën and Edelman sent two community managers, an event manager and a director/editor on a 40-day, 11,800 km road trip in Europe.Read More
Over 40 million people will engage in an act of service today.
Shark Tank hammers home critical lessons for everybody in the business world. The messages are powerful, relevant, but oh so simple.
A debate on Scotland’s independence has shown just how much presentation skills matter.
Employees increasingly expect their company’s internal communications to mirror the digital consumption trends they experience in their personal lives.
The Community Investment Grant program offers a window in to the societal issues that our colleagues care about. In 2014, we saw that animal welfare was an important issue to our colleagues in India.
While it appears that the term disruption may itself soon get disrupted, the idea and pursuit of breakthrough, wildest-imagination innovation is happily alive and well.
Last week I was immersed in TEDMED and particularly struck by the imagination, humility and bravery of a number of speakers.
In Sonia Shah’s medical detective story, the quest was to explain the rise of West Nile virus and the entrenchment of dengue fever in Florida.
Planners are tasked with asking the difficult questions and inspiring breakthrough ideas, and they have a critical role in how we practice digital communications.
This deliberate and focused collaboration is being driven by companies, boards and regulators who understand that the cyber threat is not an “if,” but a “when.”
Real-time content can take storytelling to another level and put brands where conversations are.
You would think C-level executives at some of the top companies would be big talkers, at ease in the spotlight. That’s not what I’ve found.