Following its move to new premises, The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne faced negative headlines and poor staff morale – a state of affairs that threatened one of the biggest change projects in the hospital’s history.
The financial crisis rocketed central banks across the world from the business pages to the front pages.
The International Crisis Group employs analysts around the world to gather first-hand information from the field in order to prevent and resolve violent disputes.
From United Airlines to BP, misunderstanding your stakeholder’s perceptions and sensitivities can add oil to the flames.
In 2016, the number of deaths of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean hit an all-time high.
The philosophy of Aristotle, born exactly 2,400 years ago in northern Greece and founder of the first research university, the Lyceum, offers the perfect basis for a rational, secular, progressive public and private morality in the 21st-century.
We live in an era of profound mistrust. Corporate misbehaviour and scandals affecting even the most august of institutions have eroded public faith in the leadership of large parts of civil society.
As head of public relations and communications at the Bulgarian branch of utilities conglomerate CEZ, Maria Doychinova has witnessed the increased scope for environmental factors on potential crisis situations.