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Taking a corporate position on a controversial subject is a tricky affair. Our new blog examines the outcomes of Nike's ad campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick.
Not that long ago, CMO's were most concerned with building awareness and driving conversions. Today, leadership's biggest concern is the data breach.
Does a new dynamic between corporate communicators and the media spell the “death of business reporting”? Our newest blog explores further.
What can we do to ensure that our brands don’t fall victim to fake news? We can’t control what others say about us. But we can lessen the impact.
1963 was a year that changed many lives. That year Mr. Paul Werth hung a shingle outside a former candy shop reading “Paul Werth Associates.”
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Who are the great persuaders of our day? Are they the top advertising execs who make their brands stand out from the competition? Are they the great attorneys who combine their knowledge of the law with their command of the English language to sway juries in their favor?
Today, there are plenty of “hot mic” moments for those whose lapses in judgment come back to haunt them. Our newest blog examines the microphone always in the room.
A 1996 issue of BusinessWeek offers a healthy reminder to that, as business leaders, we can never let ourselves believe that we have it all figured out.