Creativity and Innovation Blogs

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


  1. Science based targets – what is it all about?
    Science Based Targets (SBTs) for greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction are increasingly being discussed, however what they entail in detail is often not well understood.In contrast to a simple incremental approach, targets are considered ‘science-based’, if they aim at carbon reduction in accordance with the internationally agreed global climate change targets. In this blog, we want to give a very brief overview of the approach and its application.
    (Sustainability Center Blog, May 2018)

  2. Digital Media Predictions for a Post-GDPR World
    Last week, a business acquaintance made a ballsy prediction on LinkedIn for which he took a fair amount of flak. Posting a comment, I noted that his essential point was not that much of a stretch. Of course, there were nuances to the argument, but a long statement with a bunch of caveats wouldn’t be nearly as interesting or thought-provoking. Predictions have to push at the edges or people won’t pay attention. So, I figured it was time to step onto the ledge and make some predictions.
    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

  3. Register to Attend the Excellence in New Communications Awards Dinner and Gala
    The 2018 Excellence in New Communications Awards Dinner and Gala will be held on the evening of Tuesday, June 26, 2018, in New York. The evening will feature Q&As with the award winners, as well as a special panel on fake news comprising this year's Fellows Choice Award winners. Tickets are available for $95.00 per person. Click on the blog headline to register.
    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

  4. Op-Ed: We May be Missing the Productivity Revival in the Global Economy
    Policymakers returned home from last month’s spring meetings of the World Bank and IMF with a clear message. The current short-term outlook provides no guarantee for sustained economic growth in the medium-term. Not surprisingly the word “productivity” therefore appears many times in this edition of the IMF’s World Economic Outlook. Productivity growth will be one of the most effective ways to prevent the recent upswing in global growth from slowing down prematurely.
    (Innovation & Productivity Blog, May 2018)

  5. Symptoms, Causes, and Solutions to Silicon Valley's Disinformation Problem
    The Society for New Communications Research of The Conference Board (SNCR) has published its latest SNCR 2020 article, "Symptoms, Causes, and Solutions to Silicon Valley's Disinformation Problem." Authored by SNCR Advisory Board member, Thomas Stoeckle, this piece takes a closer look at the layers of issues that have thrust young tech giants into the spotlight recently.
    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

  6. Corporate Communications Practices: Fact of the Week
    An increasing number of corporate communications teams claim responsibility for investor relations, but their skill sets might be inadequate. Corporate communicators rank financial reporting and investor relations skills low among sought-after skills, despite indications that engagement with the investor community is an increasingly important part of their job description.
    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

  7. SNCR Announces 2018 Excellence in New Communications Award Winners
    The Society for New Communications Research of The Conference Board (SNCR) has announced the winners of the 2018 SNCR Excellence in New Communications Awards.
    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, May 2018)

  8. An Update on the EU Circular Economy Package
    This month the EU parliament approved a provisional agreement revising six pieces of EU legislation on waste. The legislation is part of the EU’s Circular Economy Package, a policy initiative aimed at advancing the practice of “recycle, repair and re-use” and waste avoidance. A new report provides more details on these and other recent developments related to the EU Circular Economy Package, including some of the key implications for companies.
    (Sustainability Center Blog, April 2018)

  9. A New Organizational Chart: Reinventing Communications for the Digital Age
    Why is it that so many organizations isolate communications from customers, the people that ultimately make money for the organization? This has bugged me for years, and now it’s bugging CEOs as well. The Conference Board just released a great study called The C-Suite Challenge 2018: Reinventing the Organization for the Digital Age. There are some fascinating nuggets in there…
    (Society for New Communications Research Blog, April 2018)

  10. Will China Out-Innovate the World
    China has recognized the need to put its giant economy on a path toward developing an innovation culture, an initiative that could position it to challenge the U.S. as a global leader of innovation. But despite a massive investment in research and development, the nation faces some significant barriers to reaching its goal.
    (Innovation & Productivity Blog, April 2018)