Anatomy of an effective email: Covid-19 edition

May 1, 2020

Group Gordon’s Jordan Miller breaks down the features that make for good email communication with customers, especially when a brand stumbles. New York has been in quarantine (or, as some would put it, on “PAUSE”) for one hundred years. Time is meaningless, measured in the space between Zoom calls. People are being forced to spend […]

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Communication leaders in the time of coronavirus

April 16, 2020

Group Gordon’s Jenny Friedman examines why Governor Andrew Cuomo’s approach to the coronavirus has revealed true leadership. Crises present a unique opportunity for leaders to show the public their true character. Beyond the actions they take, their communication plays a critical role in how they are judged. Think of FDR in his fireside chats during […]

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Coronavirus Communications: Crisis Response for Consumer-Facing Companies

March 19, 2020

Group Gordon’s Jacob Rodriguez outlines key principles consumer-facing businesses should consider when responding to a global crisis. We’re in uncharted, once-in-a-generation territory with the novel coronavirus. The pandemic has made apparent just how important it is to be ready in the face of a global crisis. When it comes to a global crisis, solving the […]

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A Post-mortem on the NBA China Scandal

February 26, 2020

Group Gordon’s Andrew Jarrell looks at the limitations of purpose- and values-driven marketing. I love the NBA. The league, more than any other professional sport, has embraced diversity, leaned into player empowerment, and demonstrated an openness to new ideas and perspectives. Adam Silver, the beloved commissioner, is smart and methodical. He reminds you of a […]

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Communication in the Age of Disinformation

January 16, 2020

Group Gordon’s Nick Berkowitz explains why, in the age of disinformation, it’s essential to know your target audiences and ensure they trust your communications. With the Iowa Caucus just a few weeks away, efforts to warp public opinion are in full swing, especially through digital disinformation. On Monday, The New York Times reported that the […]

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The Power of Social Media Campaigns to Effect Change: #NotAgainSU

December 12, 2019

GG’s Erin Gaffney takes a close look at why the social media movement #NotAgainSU grew and influenced change. This past November, Syracuse University found itself in the national spotlight for a crisis concerning systematic racism. More than 11 hateful and racist crimes were reported on campus, with these accounts including verbal abuse, vandalism, and an […]

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