Australia is in the grips of an ice epidemic and Western Australia is the capital of the crisis.
We are living in a time when our understanding of how the world works is being re-evaluated.
We live in very disturbing times. In most industries, the VUCA world (volatile, uncertain, complex, ambiguous) has arrived. The only constant is change.
One of the great learnings in my career as chief financial officer has been about the value that professional business communicators can add to an organisation’s efforts to create value and deliver its financial targets.
Despite being known around the world for their generosity, Thai people have not had the opportunity to lend their hands to refugees in the country.
On April 19 speakers from The Nature Conservancy, Hong Kong Airlines, Infiniti Motors, WWF, Evonik and others came together at Hong Kong’s Baptist University to share their experience on planning digital campaigns, content strategies and winning b
Every period of turmoil is frightening. It challenges the status quo and threatens our comfort zone. Turbulent times, uncertain times and crises all call for focus and steadiness.
Disruption seems to be the buzzword that defines our economy at the moment. Small, potent businesses, built from a transformative idea are routinely taking on – and defeating – big incumbents.
According to tradition, our company organised a yearly face-to-face meeting with managers from our global research and development (R&D) organisation. But out of 3500 managers, we could only afford to host 700 of them.