The compelling new business book, The Open Culture Handbook: Five Questions to Drive Engagement and Innovation, from cultural anthropologist and management consultant Drew Jones, PhD, presents a tangible roadmap for fostering a natural company culture—places where humans can be human. It is available today from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Amplify Publishing, and other major retailers. Continue reading
The article assesses the best five essay writing services based in London, which are offered by Experienced writers, with a particular emphasis on quality, dependability, and client contentment, online reviews. Continue reading
LG Electronics (LG) today highlighted its Life’s Good message by introducing a new brand film. Part of the ongoing global brand campaign, the film beautifully communicates the true meaning of LG’s Life’s Good philosophy and shares the company’s powerful message of the importance of being optimistic. Continue reading
Global media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has announced his retirement as chairman of Fox and News Corp, making way for his son Lachlan. He has been demonised as a puppet master who would pull the strings of politicians behind the scenes, as a man with too much power. But what influence did he and his fellow media moguls really wield?
Sept. 20, 2023 /Media/– In this comprehensive report, more than 120 editors, journalists, technologists and mediamakers from 105 organisations across 46 different countries shared their insights and experience on what news organisations are doing with AI. Continue reading
From 18th September 2023, Fenwick will be seen across the UK from Edinburgh to Bristol and Birmingham to London with the images designed for maximum impact. The campaign will be experienced across billboards from Old Street Roundabout and Edinburgh Picardy Place to Dalston Junction, through underground station takeovers, across the public transport network, and on the ground via guerilla activity. Continue reading
Ad Net Zero supporters, global, and at a national level, are now required to set a public science-based net zero target. This can be done through either the Science Based Targets initiative, a commitment to the UN Race to Zero (including via the SME Climate Hub), The Climate Pledge, or other comparable alternatives. Supporters will also now be required to measure and report their progress annually. Targets will need to be created within 12 months if not already in place and Ad Net Zero will provide guidance to help supporters set, measure and report. An analysis of the industry’s path to net zero, based on the Ad Net Zero’s Global Group publicly reported targets, has been published on adnetzero.com, sharing how many of the industry’s biggest organisations are committing to decarbonisation and by what point. Continue reading