Growing stakeholder pressures on the impact of waste on our planet is an everyday news story that will only continue to gain momentum.
Communication Director Magazine
Thomas Ravn-Pedersen is the CEO and editor in chief of World’s Best News, an independent organisation that reports on progress and solutions to challenges in global development.
Companies cannot escape the climate and environment debate. And they shouldn’t try to. The ones that are bold in communicating how their commitments and actions meet or exceed consumers’ standards will be rewarded.
The 17 UN’s Sustainable Development Goals goals set out to solve the greatest economic, environmental and social challenges of our world by the year 2030.
Since 2015, the business strategy of Novozymes has been aligned with developing innovations that will impact the Sustainable Development Goals, with a focus on six of the goals: Zero Hunger, Quality Education, Clean Water and Sanitation, Affordab
Madrid, December 2019. The scene is set for an historic climate summit. Not for new targets but for a global reckoning on the state of the climate which is no longer one of change but one of crisis.
Corporate culture is now seen as a priority for many organisations.
Whether wage transparency or self-determined salaries – the question of adequate pay always excites controversy. But what happens when employees know what their colleagues earn? And how can you as a company prevent resentment and envy?
Before Lucy Kellaway quit the Financial Times to retrain as a teacher, she revelled in ridiculing how companies communicate.
A t the start of September, I had delivered the opening keynote at the excellent Plot19 storytelling conference in Munich. The topic I was asked to address was simple: “Today, can everything be a story?”