Science + Ethics = Context

Science + Ethics = Context

Science-based metrics, while very useful, do not paint the full picture of how sustainable individual organisations are. Context-based metrics do. It’s helpful to know the differen ...

Creating Real Impact in a Hyper Accelerated World

Creating Real Impact in a Hyper Accelerated World

MSLGROUP Asia’s iQube methodology is based on our three guiding principles – Insights, Integration, and Impact. This planning methodology is developed to help our offices create re ...

Digital Collaboration Leadership

Digital Collaboration Leadership

For a long time, collaborative working was all about the tool. It was thought that a new technology tool would naturally inspire employees to start collaborating. This assumption l ...

Reputation: A Matter of Buy, Sell, or Hold?

Reputation: A Matter of Buy, Sell, or Hold?

By Kevin Soady, Partner, CNC – Communications & Network Consulting Some might attract global profile, others might be noticed by many fewer, but there are a significant number ...

New SDGs & Climate Agreement offer Opportunity for Business

New SDGs & Climate Agreement offer Opportunity for Business

By Luis Davila, Team Leader, Momentum for Change Initiative, United Nations Climate Change secretariat The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the outcome of the Paris Cli ...

The Dutch Civic Energy Revolution

The Dutch Civic Energy Revolution

By Erik Martens, Director Public Affairs & Timen van Haaster, Advisor & Project Manager, MSLGROUP in the Netherlands The Netherlands has experienced somewhat of an odd path ...

Three Ways The Food Industry Can Thrive In The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Three Ways The Food Industry Can Thrive In The Fourth Industrial Revolution

By Steve Bryant, Managing Director, MSLGROUP, Seattle The Fourth Industrial Revolution is in its infancy, yet it is already disrupting the historically stable food and beverage bus ...

Science + Ethics = Context

Science-based metrics, while very useful, do not paint the full picture of how sustainable individual organisations are. Context-based metrics do. It’s helpful to know the difference, as Mark W. McElroy, Founder & Executive Director, Center for Sustainable Organizations explains. As the importance of sustainability measurement and reporting grows, it’s helpful to clarify the distinction between so-calle ...

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Creating Real Impact in a Hyper Accelerated World

MSLGROUP Asia’s iQube methodology is based on our three guiding principles – Insights, Integration, and Impact. This planning methodology is developed to help our offices create real impact in a hyper accelerated world where change is the only constant. Apart from the three ‘I’s, the process incorporates the complexity and multi-dimensional approach to marketing, communication and human connections – making ...

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Digital Collaboration Leadership

For a long time, collaborative working was all about the tool. It was thought that a new technology tool would naturally inspire employees to start collaborating. This assumption led Gartner to estimate that more than 80% of social network projects conducted by information technology (IT) departments would fail, as these departments are used to providing technological solutions, not solutions focused on the ...

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Reputation: A Matter of Buy, Sell, or Hold?

By Kevin Soady, Partner, CNC – Communications & Network Consulting Some might attract global profile, others might be noticed by many fewer, but there are a significant number of examples each year when we observe a clear link between corporate reputation and stock market valuation. Almost all of these are where a company has not delivered in a manner that has been expected by its customers, suppliers, ...

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New SDGs & Climate Agreement offer Opportunity for Business

By Luis Davila, Team Leader, Momentum for Change Initiative, United Nations Climate Change secretariat The new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the outcome of the Paris Climate Conference (COP 21) held in December 2015 are likely to drive the world's development agenda for decades to come. Businesses will undoubtedly play an essential role in implementing these goals and agreements, especially as it ...

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The Dutch Civic Energy Revolution

By Erik Martens, Director Public Affairs & Timen van Haaster, Advisor & Project Manager, MSLGROUP in the Netherlands The Netherlands has experienced somewhat of an odd path towards a sustainable energy transition. Where Germany had its ‘Energiewende’ and Sweden also went through a sustainable energy revolution, the Dutch market can be characterised more by evolution than by revolution. This has to d ...

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Three Ways The Food Industry Can Thrive In The Fourth Industrial Revolution

By Steve Bryant, Managing Director, MSLGROUP, Seattle The Fourth Industrial Revolution is in its infancy, yet it is already disrupting the historically stable food and beverage business. Big food companies that one once appeared on a steady march toward industry domination are starting to look like slow-moving dinosaurs. Now, innovative upstarts are winning through rapid innovation that benefits from eager ...

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Davos 2016: Reclaiming The Service Profit Chain For A Post-Revolutionary Marketplace

By Ron Guirguis, CEO, U.S., MSLGROUP, New York Revolutions – even industrial ones – are disruptive by definition and sometimes even destructive. As the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos comes to an end, we can reflect on the implication of the Fourth Industrial Revolution on our industry, our clients and how we work together. At MSLGROUP, this has been a major topic of conversation as we go through our ...

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How Innovation Will Affect Earned Media

By Erin Lanuti, SVP. Cross Channel Strategy and Paid Media, MSLGROUP Media relations has always been one of the most trusted forms of communication. People around the world trust earned media to deliver fair, unbiased coverage about world and local events, business, lifestyle, sports, fashion and many other important topics. The Fourth Industrial Revolution has caused a seismic shift in the definition and p ...

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Breaking Through The Empathy Barrier

By Narendra Nag, Regional Director, Integrated Planning & Digital, MSLGROUP Asia A great story makes an audience empathize with the protagonist, makes them feel what the hero is feeling, makes them suffer and makes them cry, and ideally leaves them elevated. You walk out of a great movie wanting to be the smooth-talking, gun-toting James Bond, or the witty, whip-bearing Indiana Jones, or the swashbuckli ...

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