High expectations among consumers, government and regulators mean business must be more engaged than ever before, says David Kiu
The Corporate Diplomat must ensure that they localise their processes, plans and people to achieve public affairs successes, says former UPS public affairs vice president Steve Okun
Major corporations must move CSR beyond window dressing and into a new culture of corporate citizenship, says Boeing’s Raymond Francis
Corporate responsibility and commitment to being a sustainable business have always been about earning and keeping a virtual “license to operate” from diverse groups of stakeholders. But now, the way customers, NGOs, governments, regulators, academics, ...
A special APCO focus examines the expansion of Asia Click here for the full report
The Public Affairs Dialogues in association with Edelman examined the relationship between government relations, CSR and social media. Click here for the full report
Public affairs practitioners operating in mainland China are set to witness greater challenges in the government relations arena as a result of decentralisation, rising nationalism, increasing CSR expectations and the growth in social media dialogue. ...
Shin Tanaka believes that Japan’s political and communications processes must be rethought following the dramatic events which occurred following the Fukushima earthquake and nuclear scare
This report aims to enhance understanding of how a comprehensive set of global risks are evolving, how their interaction impacts a variety of stakeholders, and what trade-offs are involved in managing them. Global Risks 2011, ...
Corporations should become more sophisticated and confident in their engagement with China’s rapidly growing social media if they are to influence policy, a White Paper released by Edelman and PublicAffairsAsia has concluded.