Westerners give Japan a lot of heat for its perceived inability to change.
Communication Director Magazine
Our world is changing – and so are we. Almost everything today is becoming digital, and that includes not only the way we communicate but also our behaviour as human beings.
Businesses are exposed to an increasing number of disruptive scenarios stemming from today’s interconnected corporate environment.
Frederik G. Pferdt, head of innovation and creativity programs at Google, shares his insights into the values and practices that reinforce the company’s thriving culture of experimentation.
Some decisions are risky. Others are uncertain. In either case, companies traditionally strive to provide their employees with up-to-date, precise and elaborate information in order to reduce the risk and uncertainty of decision making.
During the last few decades, our society has increasingly turned into a multicultural and heterogeneous society.
The best thing about my job is… always being on the go. As a communicator you can never standstill. The communications world is constantly changing meaning that even repetitive tasks are never exactly the same.
Linguistic skills are generally considered to be the most important soft power that leaders should possess.
Fadi el Abdallah, spokesperson and head of the public affairs at the International Criminal Court, shares his take on the court’s sometimes controversial mission, vision and values.