Help Your Employees Channel Their Inner Don Draper
Posted on 05.29.2015 by Mike Coates.
It may sound odd, but the buzz surrounding the Mad Men finale has me thinking long and hard about office culture and leadership. It goes without saying that the show captured the good, bad, and ugly sides of business. And no character is a better example of that than the one and only Don Draper. What can real-world business leaders learn from him? READ MORE >
Noisiness and the Art of Being Heard
Posted on 05.27.2015 by Joseph Peters .
Take a minute and think of your own day and the bombardment of information that you receive. What would be your unscientific count of the tweets, posts, feeds, emails, texts, chats, searches, alerts, calls, games, apps, articles, videos, songs, stories, shows, and movies that you consume? Throw in all of the forms of advertising that you consciously or subliminally consume—how many pieces of information is that per day? Hundreds? Thousands? READ MORE >
From London to San Francisco: My Time is Up, and What an Adventure it Has Been!
Posted on 05.21.2015 by Suzy Greenwood.
It has been a truly incredible experience, spending three months in my dream location as part of the Dave Robinson Scholarship. I've met some amazing colleagues across the U.S., many of whom have become good friends. I've worked on some really inspiring campaigns, from promoting a Nobel Peace Laureate to opening America’s most sustainable factory. READ MORE >
Is Mic’ing Up Referees the Long-term Antidote to Anti-social Behaviour?
Posted on 05.20.2015 by Andy Sutherden.
There's a playing field very close to where I live. Not a big field, but big enough to accommodate one football pitch that is positioned adjacent to a rugby pitch. I have often seen either one game or the other taking place but never both together… until the other day. Two matches being played side by side, both well supported by enthusiastic friends and families. That’s where the similarities end. READ MORE >
Health Communication in the Internet of Things
Posted on 05.18.2015 by David Bowen.
Are you ready for your fridge to nag you about eating too much ice cream...or your shirt to tell you if you're running a fever...or your bra to let you know if it's time to get a mammogram? This isn't science fiction. It's the ever-increasing internet of things - a massively interconnected assembly of hardware and software that may help us take better care of the human wetware we carry around with us every minute. READ MORE >
Congratulations to H+K London's Director of content & publishing strategies Vikki Chowney on being named to The Holmes Report's Innovator 25 EMEA 2015 list.
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In a recent Huffington Post article, Mike Coates explains why our H+K US' industry-leading parental leave program is good for business.
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During the 2015 European Business Summit H+K Strategies Brussels CEO Thomas Tindemans spoke to EurActiv about the current state of business in Europe.
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