Brands can help society cross seemingly unbridgeable chasms, says Melissa Waggener Zorkin, global CEO and founder, WE.
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The 20s looks to be another roaring decade, says Olga Fleming CEO of Y&R PR.
Today's global elites won't deal well with the coming disruptive forces, says Robert Moran, a partner at the Brunswick Group.
Leaving Edelman for Burson-Marsteller was a pivotal decision for one PR career, says Chris Boehlke, a principal and co-founder at Bospar.
Former Burson-Marsteller CEO Chris Komisarjevsky reflects on the industry founding father.
Some of last year's campaigns were gems, while others were more questionable says Meredith Ferguson, MD at DoSomething Strategic.
With tech advances since 2016, this year's election news cycle will make your head spin, says PRWeek's executive editor Frank Washkuch.
CCO at cannabis retailer Shryne Group Daniel Yi on how PR is shifting the narrative on cannabis.
Look for maximalism, dopamine fasting, MOOP overtaking Goop and more in the 2020s, says Adrianna Bevilaqua, chief creative officer at M Booth.
Many talented young comms pros lack emotional intelligence and critical thinking skills, says Meghan E. Butler, co-founder of Curry+Butler: Writing to Influence.
Robots aren't pitching stories just yet. But programmatic PR can provide a direct path to your audience, says Peter Brand, founder and CEO of Insight Media Labs.
The holiday departure of six Bed Bath and Beyond executives seems odd, but makes perfect sense, says Maryville University's Dustin York.
But a lack of confidence or effort can derail potentially great PR careers, says Jen Prosek, CEO & founder of Prosek Partners.
How broadcaster DAZN piqued U.S. media interest in a heavyweight championship fight in Saudi Arabia that no journalists wanted to attend.
Cultivate your audience, because you never know when you're going to need it, says Catherine Merritt, CEO of Spool.
The former Publicis Groupe CEO has a task on his hands to turn around the shared workspace company, says Marc Brown, senior research director at the Gartner for Marketers. Here's the approach he should take.
The C-suite is great, but comms pros should also be in the board room, says Jennifer Temple, Hewlett Packard Enterprise's CCO.
We can't expect young talent to thrive if we don't invest in it, says Lauren Wesley Wilson, founder and CEO of ColorComm.
Brands can make a difference, if they go beyond flashy ad campaigns and photo-ops, says Laura Emanuel, VP and director of PR for the Brownstein Group.
Chick-fil-A's decision to stop donating to the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes may not work, says Dustin Siggins, founder of Proven Media Solutions.
Placing op-eds is harder than ever. But they're valuable if done right, says David Fouse, partner and lead strategist at Pinkston.
Employees are picking up the megaphone on tough issues, forcing leadership to rethink internal and external comms, says Rum Ekhtiar, founder and partner of Rum & Co.
Finding and building great allies can be done, says Jennifer Risi, founder of The Sway Effect.
Terry Lynam, SVP and chief PR officer, Northwell Health, on how healthcare organizations can become change agents.