“We have numerous examples of what happens when we fail to consider ethics — everything from the Enrons to the Bernie Madoffs of the world,” notes Shannon Bowen, Ph.D., in this CW Radio interview. So how can communication professionals help their organizations navigate tough ethical decisions? In her article in the May-June issue of CW, …More
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The interview explores the new skills and creative thinking that young communicators offer to organizations and the insights and opportunities that senior communicators can share with their rising stars.
Sheryl WuDunn will deliver the keynote address at the 2011 World Conference in San Diego on Tuesday, June 14. WuDunn, the first Asian-American journalist to be awarded a Pulitzer Prize (for her reporting on Tiananmen Square, will speak on “gendercide” and oppression of women, a harsh reality in many parts of the developing world. The …More
To stay competitive, you need to stop marketing to consumers and start socializing with communities who know what they like and are not afraid to share it, says Francois Gossieaux, co-founder of Human 1.0: you need to understand the power of social media and use it to your best advantage. In this Cafe2Go podcast, Gossieaux …More
The effects from the earthquake and tsunami in Japan that occurred on March 11, 2011, continue to dominate news agendas around the world. Indeed, those effects make up an ongoing news story that recounts tragedy and joy in equal measure, and analyses the significant challenges confronting Japan as it strives to emerge from the devastation. …More