We live in a new economic era, one in which organisations no longer compete solely on financial variables, but strive to win the respect, trust and support of their main stakeholders – employees, clients, potential clients and society in general –
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Open economies grow faster and have more spread of technology and ideas, but the erosion of public trust and the persistence of economic uncertainty are opening the door to protectionism and isolationism.
Ahead of his appearance at this year's European Communication Summit (June 13-14 2918), we spoke to hacker-turned-consultant Dr.
At a wedding a few years ago, I sat next to a moral philosopher who asked me if I was ethically comfortable teaching people to dodge questions (i.e. lie) for a living.
We have all experienced those moments in the car when we would rather be doing anything else other than sitting in a traffic jam, twiddling our thumbs while gazing out of the windscreen at the rear braking lights of the car in front, hoping that t
Recent international research looks at widely-held reasons for and against trusting news on social media, ranging from valuing a broader range of views and opinions to a healthy scepticism towards clickbait headlines.
To state the understated, it’s been an eventful 18 months when it comes to the outbreak of cyber security attacks, data privacy violations and data breach issues.
Forget technology for a moment; to innovate, ask your best questions. For unless a firm’s strategy for positive change is well-thought out and clear, the most powerful tech will fail to realise its potential.
In 2015, at the iconic Lloyd’s of London building (pictured above), Bank of England Governor Mark Carney introduced the concept of the “tragedy of the horizon”.
Mongolia, a landlocked country sandwiched between Russia and China in central Asia, is transforming from an economy dependent on agriculture and natural resources to one that is rapidly diversifying, attracting overseas investors and businesses as