This new report provides an analysis of top business schools integrating public affairs into their curricula.
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This month we cover the public affairs professional’s guide to MBA programs and a November election forecast.
Public affairs today requires a sophisticated understanding of how the C-suite thinks. An MBA could be your path to mastering the business know-how to rise in your career.
How do you know which business schools “get” public affairs and integrate it into their curricula? We have you covered. This analysis of U.S. News and World Report’s Top 100 Business Schools shows which programs are best for public affairs leaders.
New report analyzes top business schools integrating public affairs criteria.
Nathan Gonzales says a lack of imagination was the biggest mistake in predicting the 2016 race. Here are his predictions for what the race will look like over the next few months for the presidency, Senate and House.
Renowned risk management expert Peter Sandman shares his thoughts on the pandemic response. From knowing your risk matrix to honest communications, here’s what should guide us in the future.
Nathan Gonzales takes a trip to Indiana and gains an understanding of how people experience the pandemic differently, and how the battle for the presidency and Congress is really fought.
This unique association program empowers members to plan and execute a political campaign. Find out why Realtors are well suited for the job.
The percentage of public affairs executives who believe the pandemic will make voting by mail much more common. Read the survey.
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