In the case of the Qatar World Cup, the relevant parties have had a long lead-in time to pre-empt the difficult questions and fine-tune the official party line.
Although coincidental, the term ‘greenwashing’ was also officially added to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary in the same 48-hour window that the partnership with Kardashian was announced.
The world’s biggest broadsheets aren’t giving up just yet—in fact, The New York Times’ latest acquisitions suggest long-term strategic positioning.
The spectacular implosion of the European Super League makes for a tough lesson in strategic communications.
Some investment funds are taking a boardroom-down approach to sustainability. Can it change Big Business mindsets and still yield returns?
After a summer of misreading the room, the Council needs to reassess the way it communicates with its citizens and businesses.
So long as Dublin City Council fails to communicate strategically, its proposed whitewater rafting project will struggle to gain supporters.
The FAI’s nervous responses to last November’s ‘Videogate’ affair will only make Stephen Kenny’s job harder.
Cancel culture and the civility of online discourse remained testy subjects in 2020. Will we ever be able to agree to disagree?