On average more than 25 percent of a company’s market value is directly attributable to its reputation, according to a study by the World Economic Forum.
On Thursday the polling stations will open. It has been a long and gruelling campaign, for the general public as much as the politicians.
Welcome to our election campaign summary. Each week, we analyse the political landscape and distil the crucial information.
Portland hosted an event at Canada House on Tuesday 24 March to discuss how diplomacy is changing. Diplomacy must adapt. Unlike previous changes in technology,...
The success of a leader relies a great deal on how well or how much he or she can convince, encourage, defend, represent, demand, enthuse, evince and reassure.
In the run up to the 2010 election, Portland published its guide to the next five years. We called it Cameron’s Britain.
Welcome to Portland’s third annual policy review, which wraps up the final year of proper government business.
Portland's Jimmy Leach joined a distinguished panel at Georgetown University in Washington, DC to discuss Digital Diplomacy.
Every September, the great and the good descend on New York to discuss development and global issues.
After two years of ever-more fraught campaigning, Scotland voted to remain in the Union.
Measurement and evaluation