While 2016 was marked by several high-profile incidents, 2017 promises to present entirely new challenges that will continue to push organizations to enhance their preparedness measures.
In a world where peer influence is paramount, a company’s employees are the gateway to connecting authentically with consumers and earning the trust of the broader population.
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World of Business Ideas (WOBI) organized the 2016 edition of the World Business Forum earlier this month in Milan.
Everyone’s talking about “contributing to a greater purpose” at work. More than 50 percent of millennials would take a pay cut for a job that matches their values.
We held a breakfast seminar to discuss blockchain technology, as well as its implications for financial services and, more specifically, financial communicators.
Today’s complex media environment means that reporters and communications professionals must learn to work together to develop and deliver new narratives capable of affecting positive social and environmental change.
Our Global Public Affairs practice has prepared an analysis of the implications of the U.S. Presidential election, including initial reactions and analysis from the various local markets around the globe.
What will a Trump Administration mean to the healthcare industry?
Despite bipartisan consensus that Trump’s controversial and unconventional campaign tactics would hinder his party on Election Day, the electorate’s support carried the Republican ticket to victory.
Many leading thinkers in the medical community support the sharing of historically guarded research data.
In the wake of the presidential election, many companies are asking, “should I be communicating proactively with my workforce about the election results?
As we near the end of 2016, a torrent of industry-shaping deals is breathing life into what was looking like a modest year for mergers and acquisitions.