Only 1 in 5 senior executives working in ethics, compliance or anti-corruption feels confident with the tools and processes they have in place to identify potential beneficial ownership risk. Find out about the other challenges they consider on our blog.
Implementing a media measurement program can be an intimidating task for many PR professionals. After all, many people in our industry undertook PR as a career due to a love of storytelling or being skilled at managing crises. Here is a brief primer on six widely-used media measurement metrics and the key question they're trying to answer.
Was 2017 the year you reached all your donor support and fund development goals? If you answered yes, congratulations! But if you’re like most development professionals, you probably feel there is always more you can do to be successful. Check out our five top tips to increase the power of your donation requests.
“Reputation is now the currency on which everything else will depend.” Find out what else Stephen Hahn-Griffiths had to say about the role of corporate social responsibility and trust in managing reputational risk during his interview with LexisNexis.
Every four years, the world turns its attention to the winter or summer games, hoping to be inspired by stories of struggle and strife, triumph and personal success. Going for the gold? Analyse now and research the past when finalising sponsorship strategies!
LEGO bricks made from sugar cane? It’s happening. The plant-based plastic bricks coming out this year will pave the way towards a goal of 100% sustainable products and packaging by 2030. See what other Corporate Social Responsibility strategies LEGO has in place.
For the latest installment of our Q&A series, we spoke with Simon Baptist, EIU global chief economist to get his insights on identifying and managing risk. Read the interview on our blog today.
Nobody likes to be caught unaware—especially when you are in charge of providing insights to your organisation. Learn how Comprehensive Company Information can remove uncertainty and remove the roadblocks to real insights.
The World Economic Forum estimates that the cost of corruption equals more than 5 percent of global GDP—or about $2.6 trillion. That’s a hefty price tag—and it’s not the only cost to consider. The recent Lotte court case in South Korea highlights the price that business leaders can pay when anti-bribery and corruption compliance fails—or is blatantly ignored. Read about the lessons learned on our blog.