There’s a talking point from the big strikes in the news – from Hollywood to Detroit – and it’s sticking. Every type of business should pay attention. No matter how you feel about the strikes, whether you’re ready to join the picket lines or you just want it all to be over, chances are there’s … Continued
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There’s a reality that is too often ignored, even scoffed at, by organizations of all sizes, in all lines of work. We are seeing it right now after a sexual misconduct investigation into Michigan State University’s $95 million head football coach Mel Tucker was revealed in a USA Today story posted just hours after Tucker … Continued
Farmington Hills, Mich. (August 30, 2023) – Readers of Michigan Lawyers Weekly, a statewide publication focusing on the legal profession, have honored Tanner Friedman Strategic Communications in the publication’s 2023 Annual Reader Rankings issue. Lawyers Weekly Readers named Tanner Friedman #1 among Michigan-based firms for working with lawyers and law firms. Readers also this year … Continued
Northwestern University’s football scandal, which has risen to the surface this week, is an important reminder for anyone in a position of authority in higher education. There are few more high-profile institutions in American life than our colleges and universities. After 25 years of working with them, on issues from academic to athletic, public and … Continued
In the media business, when the media company itself becomes the focus of news, the corporate suits tend to do what makes the company’s journalist employees’ eyes roll. It’s almost always some version of “we don’t comment on personnel matters.” It rarely follows the fundamentals of effective external or internal communication. But this story is … Continued
This week, I’m looking forward to catching up with contacts in person and comparing notes about business, which is one of the benefits of attending the Mackinac Policy Conference. I’ll be asked in conversation about trends and expect to talk about what’s happening as businesses try to withstand the front lines of the culture wars. … Continued