‘Anticipation and disruption: communicating in a disrupted world’

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2015

Few events cause more disruption to an organisation’s status quo than a crisis. Whether originating from outside the company or within, a crisis raises fundamental questions about the organisation’s operations, direction, strategy and relations...

The impact these new dynamics have on the design and management of corporate social initiatives is thus hard to ignore. While the public negotiation of expectations about corporate responsibilities may in theory be more democratic, the...

Disconnection

A recent study by consultancy firm Synovate highlights the fact that more than 20 per cent of the workforce say they feel “disconnected” from their jobs, a figure to which we can add a further 15...

Administrative tasks will demand your time

There will be the new component of increased administrative work, such as status reports, human resources forms and audit compliance tasks. These tasks will always be part of...

Dr Mukund Rajan serves as a member of the group executive council at Tata Sons, and is the Tata brand custodian and group spokesperson. Additionally, he serves as chief ethics officer of the group and oversees all corporate social responsibility...

The automotive industry will see disruptive changes in the next 10 years. But with huge opportunities, comes new challenges. Some experts envision future mobility markets will be dominated by internet giants rather than traditional car...

Crisis management in the mining industry Now as group head of communication for Anglo American, one of the world’s largest mining companies, crisis management – or more accurately, crisis prevention and preparedness...