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Creativity and Innovation

Develops new insights into situations; questions conventional approaches; encourages new ideas and innovations; designs and implements new or cutting edge programs/processes.

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Highlights

Insight Immersion NYC: A Curated CX Tour

October 22, 2018 |(New York, NY)

The Data, Culture, and Innovation Driving Extraordinary Customer Journeys

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20 Truths about Human Capital Analytics: Insights from the Human Capital Analytics Conference

January 2018

Starting a human capital analytics function can help you make better business decisions. Having clean data and incorporating artificial intelligence will make your analytics function even stronger.

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Recruiting Human Capital for the Competitive Edge

April 09, 2018

Join our panel of experts as they share key takeaways from our 4th Annual Talent Acquisition conference and reveal what strategies thought leaders are using to gain a competitive edge. 

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Executive Series: The “Creative” Dilemma

(Society for New Communications Research Blog, October 2018)

Creativity is important to developing new ideas and opportunities, but certain corporate cultures can stifle it. Employees have a responsibility to exercise their own creativity for the benefit of themselves and the business. In communications, creativity should be nurtured in three areas in particular: writing, uncovering stories, and ideation. If companies want to promote new ideas and opportunities, being open to employees’ creativity is a good start.

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Products & Services

Conferences/Events

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Publications

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Webcasts

  • Why "Big Data" Is Better for Understanding Human Behavior

    February 21, 2018

    What can big data tell us that survey data do not? Join us for a conversation with author Seth Stephens-Davidowitz about his book, Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are

  • Recruiting Human Capital for the Competitive Edge

    April 09, 2018

    Join our panel of experts as they share key takeaways from our 4th Annual Talent Acquisition conference and reveal what strategies thought leaders are using to gain a competitive edge. 

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Blogs

  • Executive Series: The “Creative” Dilemma

    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, October 2018)

    Creativity is important to developing new ideas and opportunities, but certain corporate cultures can stifle it. Employees have a responsibility to exercise their own creativity for the benefit of themselves and the business. In communications, creativity should be nurtured in three areas in particular: writing, uncovering stories, and ideation. If companies want to promote new ideas and opportunities, being open to employees’ creativity is a good start.
  • The 2018 Fortune 500 Target Millennials and Seek Uncensored Expression

    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, October 2018)

    Over the past three years, a rapidly increasing percentage of Fortune 500 companies have begun using Instagram to reach a younger audience adept at visual storytelling. Although LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter dominate in terms of active accounts among the Fortune 500, Instagram and fellow visual platform YouTube have moved quickly to occupy the rest of the top five. Companies need to be active on a range of social media technologies that includes visual platforms.
  • ESG Reporting: A Route Through a Maze

    (Sustainability Center Blog, October 2018)

    There has been dramatic growth in ESG (Environmental, Sustainability and Governance) investing during the past 20 years – but along with this positive trend comes an equally dramatic rise in ESG reporting requirements, and a proliferation of rating agencies and assessment tools.

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