Not one political or media pundit predicted this outcome. Donald Trump: Congratulations. Donald Trump rode a wave of anti-establishment anger to win what is perhaps the ugliest and most exhausting presidential election in history. This is our 90-second initial read on what the election of Donald Trump means for America and beyond. This morning, the … Read more The 2016 Election Decision: Wow
The post mortem on the Clinton campaign has barely started and will likely go on for months, if not years. However, with one of the biggest upsets in US election history there is plenty of blame to go around and there will be as many explanations offered as there are failed pundits. But seen from … Read more Been There, Done That
When people are faced with decisions—whether it’s a life-changing choice, such as which cancer surgeon to choose, or something more mundane, such as figuring out which pizza place to visit for lunch—many need validation that they are making the right choice. If they’re thinking about spending money, they might check out reviews or ratings online. … Read more Audiences Love Data, But What If They Don’t Understand It?
Those most vocally lamenting the post-fact society are to a large degree the ones who created it. “I think people in this country have had enough of experts”. At the time Michael Gove uttered these infamous words many, myself included, felt it signaled a final farewell to fact-based public discourse. Yet after the recent election … Read more Make Facts Great Again
Who matters and why it’s okay that nobody else likes you In 2004, The New York Times Magazine published a now famous piece by writer Ron Suskind entitled, “Faith, Certainty and the Presidency of George W. Bush.” Within came a quote from an unnamed presidential aide attacking people like Suskind as being part of the … Read more What Donald Trump Knows That Your Company Doesn’t
It was refreshing to take a step back and spend time hearing some alternative perspectives on an issue that we spend a great deal of time discussing in the H+K technology team – the relationship between technology and humans. The inaugural One Question event, which took place in London last week, gathered speakers from across … Read more Humanity and technology: happily ever after?
In six short years, Web Summit has become one of the largest meeting place for the world’s most disruptive technology companies. As well as leaders from the largest companies in the world and founders from the most exciting companies, among this year’s 53,000 attendees are actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, footballer Ronaldinho and and Tinder chief executive … Read more How to network like a pro at Lisbon Web Summit
Analysis and commentary on the U.S. election and transition from Hill+Knowlton Strategies public affairs counselors and political experts from around the globe. Trump’s Election: The View from China Donald Trump’s unexpected win in the U.S. election last week was met with mixed reactions in China and brings to the fore a number of critical strategic and … Read more Election Central
Donald Trump’s unexpected win in the U.S. election last week was met with mixed reactions in China and brings to the fore a number of critical strategic and economic questions when assessing the future of Sino-U.S. ties. It has also most likely stunned and perturbed China’s leadership, who attach great importance to stability both at … Read more Trump’s Election: The View from China
Energy policy was largely missing in action during the contentious battle that was the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Yet, no economic sector – with the possible exception of healthcare – is likely to undergo greater policy disruption in a Trump Administration than energy. And the tectonic shifts in the U.S. policy landscape are already beginning … Read more Trump Election Puts Energy On Front Burner