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As brands expand into international markets, cross cultural communication barriers must be acknowledged and addressed. Lisa Bertelsen shares a few of her golden rules on how global qualitative research can help companies understand what is important when having conversations with consumers across the globe.

  In an age that increasingly calls for authenticity, Norman Chorn explains why leaders should not rely on their natural instincts during times of uncertainty.

  The current pandemic has seriously affected many businesses and a solid recovery plan is needed to help companies assess the impact and develop a strategy to move forward. Catherine Saul shares an article that covers the stages of emergency management and identifies the mistakes that should be avoided.

  While waiting for business in their consulting firm to normalize, Vinay Gupta and Vanina Schick funneled their creative energies into a “side hustle” and launched a new business: An online coffee shopping and subscription-based business venture. To learn more about or to order your first bag of beans, visit Take advantage […]

  Michael de la Maza shares an article co-authored with Cherie Silas on the importance of psychological safety in the team environment, and how to build it.

  Lemon C. Williams has recently published a book on compliance documentation. The book is a must-have guide that provides the basic concepts and elements of strong, clear, enforceable foundational compliance documentation.

  Alan Walker shares the findings from a survey of insurers’ changing priorities as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Anuj Sharma offers a detailed framework that can be used to manage risk while transforming a supply chain to be more resilient and responsive.

  David Munves provides an article that explains how to use a sales pipeline as a blueprint for sales and content strategies, and identify qualifying prospects and implement strategic content to grow sales of B2B financial products.

Gleb Tsipursky recently published an article on that identifies why failures happen and what one can do to failure-proof an event.