There may be strength in numbers, but a crisis can hurt a trade association just as much as a private company or other organisation. But by following five communications steps, associations can prepare themselves for the worst.
The European Commission has taken a people-centric approach to collaborative knowledge sharing, in the process breaking silos, facilitating the flow of information, reducing contradictions and increasing synergies.
The International Crisis Group employs analysts around the world to gather first-hand information from the field in order to prevent and resolve violent disputes.
Keolis, an international public transport company operating in 16 countries worldwide, has placed digital mobility at the heart of its business strategy.
When the success of Trump and Brexit took the experts by surprise, did it a) destroy the credibility of polls; b) prove journalists’ unreliability in reporting the findings of polls; or c) all of the above?
We are living in politically turbulent times. The liberal international order as we have known it for the past seventy years is wavering. The US is headed by a president who seems to be flouting convention on almost every level.
Political pathologists will be stirring through the ashes of the 2016 presidential election for years to come trying to understand exactly what happened.
In 2016, the number of deaths of refugees and migrants crossing the Mediterranean hit an all-time high.
There is no denying that the business context has changed remarkably over the last fifteen years.
The list is long.