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Why CSR Fails and How to Fix It

Why CSR Fails and How to Fix It

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become a universal feature of corporate operations in companies across the globe – and for good reason. Effecting social change is increasingly important,...
A Human Solution to Complex Social Problems

A Human Solution to Complex Social Problems

Social Risk – exposure to adverse consequences stemming from population-based activities and negative public sentiment – is the leading cause of disruption in the world today. It manifests in the...
Why Charming Kitten Tried to Breach ENODO Global

Why Charming Kitten Tried to Breach ENODO Global

ENODO Global recently made headlines after being one of 77 organizations targeted last month by Iran’s elite cyber-espionage unit, known widely as “Charming Kitten.” This government-backed hacking...
People-Powered Advocacy

People-Powered Advocacy

Advocacy groups face a multitude of challenges that are complicated by the need to simultaneously manage stakeholders: clients, lawmakers, and the general public. Moreover, advocacy efforts have...
Saving Our Cities: A Dynamic Policing Model

Saving Our Cities: A Dynamic Policing Model

From Oakland to Baltimore, Violent crime and homicide rates continue to plague some of the largest cities across the United States. Failures by law enforcement and government leaders to address...
Building Identity Coalitions to Win Elections

Building Identity Coalitions to Win Elections

Without realizing it, people constantly provide companies insights into their beliefs, behaviors, and identities through their online activities. Digital footprints are built with billions of online...
Mexico 2018: Third Time’s the Charm?

Mexico 2018: Third Time’s the Charm?

On July 1st, 2018, Mexican citizens will head to the polls. Expect chaos! Mexico’s last two Presidential elections were beset by irregularities, ballot tampering, and voter intimidation – and this...
The Truth About Fake Experts: Part Two

The Truth About Fake Experts: Part Two

In our last blog about “Fake Experts” we examined “social influencers” who peddle their largely uninformed opinions as expert advice to thousands of followers for their own personal gain – often...
The Truth about Fake Experts

The Truth about Fake Experts

In the world of fake news and disinformation, everyone is a self-proclaimed expert. Popularity and self-promotion have replaced knowledge and experience as indicators of expertise. As a result,...
How to Win Back the Mexican Election

How to Win Back the Mexican Election

The Mexican presidential election is set to take place this July and all signs point to a victory for veteran politician Andrés Manuel López Obrador. However, this election is not really one for...
A Forced Farewell: Why the UN Needs to Go

A Forced Farewell: Why the UN Needs to Go

In his first speech to the United Nations, President Donald Trump castigated the organization’s “utter weakness and incompetence,” and argued the international body has failed to reach its...