Lagarde was alluding to the wave of reactionary populism that's currently sweeping the developed economies, and was harking
Of course, it isn't just a matter of risk; it is also about seizing opportunities. Will you meet your customers' demand for
Which leads me unto the generation dilemma. Believe me, confusion reigns! Baby Boomers, Gen X, Gen Y (Millennials), and now
Even poorer are 'social skills' (this one's international)!! A 'like' on Facebook or a 'heart' on Instagram or a fleeting
OGP's extraordinary achievement of reaching 70 countries with more joining today and 15 subnational members in just five
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Crisis branding can be an effective political campaign strategy because it draws power from frightening people, but it has no place in day-to-day governance. Normalizing fright and violence is not a governance model and is a huge step in the wrong direction.
With the rise of mobile phones in Africa, radio is more powerful than ever before, revolutionizing communications possibilities