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    Don’t wait for a crisis to happen before getting your house in order: the key to effective crisis response is effective planning

    There are generally three types of reputational crises which businesses face – a crisis of circumstance, competency or culture. Whilst by their nature no crisis is easy to deal with, arguably the crisis of culture –defined as inappropriate behaviours in...

    February 26, 2020

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    Brexit Day: What next? Views from across our network

    The view from London Boris Johnson’s election victory changed everything. But uncertainty for business remains. On 12 December 2019, Brexit went from parliamentary standoff to executive-led inevitability. Johnson has a clear mandate to “Get Brexit Done”, and for a short...

    January 31, 2020

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    Davos Digest 2020: Issue Four

    Finally, it’s over! Is it us or is it just exhausting watching the endless proclamations from companies that really should have done a lot more, a lot sooner? Oh. To be fair, this year has been a welcome relief from...

    January 24, 2020

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    Davos Digest 2020: Issue Three

    Look at the colleague sitting next to you, and rate how important they are on a scale of one to seven. Then tell them. Awkward, right? Well, yesterday we learned that WEF organisers secretly categorise their elite delegates numerically from...

    January 24, 2020

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    Davos Digest 2020: Issue Two

    On Wednesday the rich, the powerful, and thought leaders young and old woke up to another glorious day in Switzerland packed full of more photo ops, backroom backslapping and heated debates on the key topics of the day. President Trump...

    January 23, 2020

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  • Opinions

    Don’t wait for a crisis to happen before getting your house in order: the key to effective crisis response is effective planning

    There are generally three types of reputational crises which businesses face – a crisis of circumstance, competency or culture. Whilst by their nature no crisis is easy to deal with, arguably the crisis of culture –defined as inappropriate behaviours in...

    February 26, 2020

  • Opinions

    Brexit Day: What next? Views from across our network

    The view from London Boris Johnson’s election victory changed everything. But uncertainty for business remains. On 12 December 2019, Brexit went from parliamentary standoff to executive-led inevitability. Johnson has a clear mandate to “Get Brexit Done”, and for a short...

    January 31, 2020

  • Opinions

    Davos Digest 2020: Issue Four

    Finally, it’s over! Is it us or is it just exhausting watching the endless proclamations from companies that really should have done a lot more, a lot sooner? Oh. To be fair, this year has been a welcome relief from...

    January 24, 2020

  • Opinions

    Davos Digest 2020: Issue Three

    Look at the colleague sitting next to you, and rate how important they are on a scale of one to seven. Then tell them. Awkward, right? Well, yesterday we learned that WEF organisers secretly categorise their elite delegates numerically from...

    January 24, 2020

  • Opinions

    Davos Digest 2020: Issue Two

    On Wednesday the rich, the powerful, and thought leaders young and old woke up to another glorious day in Switzerland packed full of more photo ops, backroom backslapping and heated debates on the key topics of the day. President Trump...

    January 23, 2020

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