The inaugural Page International Exchange focused on existential disruption and attendees heard from European leaders, CEOs and CCOs on how industry leaders in the region are managing a time of turbulent change in both business and communication. We’ll also discuss how the Page model driving change within organizations, in terms of the role of corporate brand, culture change, digital disruption, and corporate purpose.
Asia, Europe and The U.S. - The View from Beijing
China’s economic and geopolitical rise represents a new frontier and growing challenge for global enterprises. Ogilvy Asia Pacific Chief Executive Scott Kronick shared his perspective, drawing on his decades of work in the region.
CommTech - An Introduction
Adopting CommTech will require new skills, roles, ways of working and approaches to designing and optimizing stakeholder journeys. We take a closer look at this emerging area and its implications for the future of our profession.
Employees at the Forefront of Culture Change
One of the first and most important priorities in such transformations is evolving the culture - the behaviors that distinguish that company and enable it to perform with excellence.
Disruption and Reinvention: How Philips is Reinventing Itself Into a Purpose-Driven Health Technology Leader
Philips has consistently featured in Interbrand’s ranking of the top 50 most valuable brands in the world. CCO Ed Walsh looked back at Philips’ evolution since it was established 128 years ago, focusing particularly on its transformation in the last five years into a purpose-driven leader in health technology.
Disruption and Reinvention: The KPN Story
KPN is in the middle of a complete transformation as it focuses on driving organic sustainable growth. CEO Maximo Ibarra shared the challenges and opportunities they have experienced in the journey so far.
Translating Learning Into Action
Throughout the conference, members heard extraordinary insights into the future of business and major trends impacting communications professionals. This session pulls it all together and focus on making our insights actionable.
Key Learnings from Page Thought Leadership Research
Jon Iwata provides an overview of learnings on progression paths.
How the CCO can Help Solve the Board’s Big Challenges
Helle Bank Jorgensen, CEO of Competent Boards shared her insights on the changing role and attitudes of board members. She talked about the ‘Tone at the Top’ and the culture that is needed to ensure that the ‘right-hand knows what the left-hand does’ in an ever increasingly complex and fast-moving governance environment.
Disinformation - It's Already Here!
Tim Chatwin of Google EMEA and Dirk Songuer of Microsoft Mixed Reality Studios share their key takeaways from the session at Page International Exchange with Caroline Gibson of Prosek Partners.
Why Brands Must Match the Business Model
Marc Cloosterman of VIM Group in conversation with Dan Lochmann of MHI and Miguel Veiga-Pestana of RB giving us an overview of the key takeaways from their session at the Page International Exchange - Why Brands Must Match The Business Model.
The Challenge for Business and What It Means for Communication
Page research over the past year shows that most enterprises are facing disruption driven by technology, new business models and changing stakeholder demands, requiring most enterprises to rethink their corporate character and transform their businesses. CEOs need help. Will the CCO be able to step up?
What on Earth is Happening?
Accelerating geopolitical and socioeconomic shifts are having a profound impact on our enterprises. Brexit, the rise of populism and nationalism, trade tensions, climate change, technological disruption, income inequality...the list is long and growing. We discuss a macro view of what’s happening in our world, particularly in Europe, and what it all means for our organizations with the former Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Prof. Jan Peter Balknende.
2019 Page Spring Seminar
This year’s Spring Seminar comes at a moment of truth for the Chief Communications Officer. Following in-depth conversations with more than 100 CCOs from Google and General Motors to Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Siemens, Page is preparing its latest research report, which will be previewed at the Spring Seminar.
2018 Page Annual Conference
The pressure on companies, and specifically their CEOs and CCOs, to engage with their publics on a range of social issues – from climate change to privacy, from immigration to gun control, from gay rights to racial bias – is more intense than ever. How do you determine if, when and how to engage?
2018 Page Spring Seminar
“When we started to think about the theme for this Spring Seminar, we heard from many of you that we really needed to shake things up and use this time to learn things that might be new to our thinking. Companies have been transformed or disrupted. Many have turned to design thinking to infuse their thinking about the future.
2017 Page Annual Conference
This conference explored the concept of community through a variety of perspectives, with a focus on what leaders and communicators can do to facilitate an open dialogue, build understanding and forge connection.
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