Recent terrorist attacks around the world – including Paris, Beirut and Metrojet Flight 9268 – were marked not only by their cruelty but also the use of social media before, during and after the attacks.
Communication Director Magazine
“Why don’t we create a big digital department in Communications?” asked a colleague during a seminar.
Among executive roles today, the corporate affairs officer may be one of the most influential, yet least predictable in terms of career track, skill set and responsibilities.
The web and, above all, social media present challenges to all of us. The more people that are connected, the more we dedicate efforts and resources to digital projects.
Jim Wilkinson explains why the Alibaba Group has a front-row seat on China’s vital changes and how he is helping Alibaba achieve its global goals.
Rapid changes in the communication environment challenge organisations around the globe. Many claim that mass media are losing their leading role in shaping public opinion and new approaches like content marketing are propagated.
A company’s Brussels representation engages political institutions and keeps the company informed about the latest developments in the European Union, thereby influencing the corporate strategy.
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Corporate diplomacy: what is it and why do it? Let us take as our starting-point the definition given by Witold Henisz talking about his new Wharton book on the subject:
The world has seen an explosion of data collection.