Westerners give Japan a lot of heat for its perceived inability to change.
During the last few decades, our society has increasingly turned into a multicultural and heterogeneous society.
Few events cause more disruption to an organisation’s status quo than a crisis.
In the wake of the Snowden revelations, the EU’s new data protection reforms will be the source of scrutiny, not least by communication professionals.
Launched only 48 hours after Russian troops took control of vital installations across the Crimean peninsula in March, the Ukraine Crisis Media Centre (www.uacrisis.org) was set up by a volunteer team of commu
World leaders and CEOs gathering in the snow of Davos this year might have experienced a little extra chill at the sheer weight of pessimism on display. The United Nations captured the mood by choosing that platform to predict a global ‘worst cas
On April 14, Eyjafjallajökull volcano in the south of Iceland started erupting clouds of black ash. The whole world soon woke up to the consequences, as airspace was closed down across Europe, affecting flights throughout the world.