Blog Archive

27.02.2017
Statistics aren't synonymous with facts but communicating them correctly can bring us closer to the truth
27.02.2017
The abuse and misuse of political polls does not mean they will disappear
21.02.2017
Should companies emulate Trump’s aggressive strategy? And how should they manage the increased risks of doing business in a post-factual world?
21.02.2017
What is your business presentation culture and why should you care?
16.02.2017
Why brands should take up the fight against fake news
14.02.2017
In a time when distorting reality and presenting subjective data as objective fact is becoming a new tool of influence, experts in the field of European lobbying must assert themselves as objective and credible.
08.02.2017
The journey of two chronic kidney disease patients on the Camino de Santiago highlighted the health benefits of a life-altering technology
08.02.2017
The fight for a more diverse workplace begins on the personal level
07.02.2017
Oliver Herrgesell on the responsibilities of journalists and social media platforms
06.02.2017
Comparing last year's Austrian presidential election campaign with the build-up to this year's Dutch general elections
01.02.2017
Legality vs. ethics in Penelopegate
30.01.2017
Why corporate affairs should lead on corporate strategy development
27.01.2017
Filter bubbles existed long before the invention of the algorithm: to understand our "post-truth" age, we need to look instead at inequalities in our society.
27.01.2017
We all recognise the symptoms of post-truth around us. But the challenge facing professional communicators is how to build real trust in the post-truth era?
27.01.2017
In a post-truth world, the communicator's responsibility to check the facts has never been so important.

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