What’s @Tunheim Reading? [August 8, 2014]

August 8, 2014

How can we fix our broken political system? Submitted by Owen Truesdell, consultant, @OFW_Truesdell Every day there are articles written that highlight how broken the American political system has become. Republicans in the House of Representatives just voted to sue the President. The President has abandoned any real effort to pass legislation and is simply […]

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Three Reasons You Should Embrace the Death of Facebook’s Organic Page Reach

August 6, 2014

Written by Liz Sheets, senior consultant, @LizTunheim Communications and marketing professionals have been ringing the alarms over the decrease to Facebook page post’s organic reach, i.e., the ability to reach fans, or “page likes” on their News Feed. This trend has been happening for awhile — if you are just learning of this now, are trying to […]

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What’s @Tunheim Reading? [August 1, 2014]

August 1, 2014

Curious what professionals who plan and create engaging content read in their downtime? Similar to the audiences we engage for our clients, it varies depending on our passions and what’s going on in the news and our lives. Review this quick snapshot of what’s piqued our interest this week. At fashion lab, tech startups are […]

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All-Star Week 2014 & FanFest: Tunheim’s Work By The Numbers

July 31, 2014

We created this infographic to illustrate Tunheim’s role in supporting media relations work for the All-Star Week 2014 and the T-Mobile All-Star FanFest, held this summer in the Twin Cities. Read a post of an insider’s perspective on supporting both Major League Baseball and Minnesota Twins during All-Star Week: “Beyond the Game – An Insider’s […]

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Beyond the Game – An Insider’s Look at MLB’s All-Star Week 2014

July 30, 2014

Written by Lou Ann Olson, senior consultant, @louannolson Tunheim is a strategic consulting firm working with clients that are navigating complex change. We see our work as ensuring that our clients are equipped to drive transformational change and to capitalize on their most important opportunities. So why, we’ve been asked, was Tunheim so motivated to go […]

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Bill Robertson on WCCO radio: Michael Sam, Chris Kluwe and All-Star Week Recap [7-26-14]

July 29, 2014

Listen to Bill Robertson and Eric Nelson on the “Business of Sports” on WCCO-Radio (8:30 am) on Saturdays. Topics from the latest broadcast included: NFL player Michael Sam Former NFL and Vikings player Chris Kluwe and the Vikings lawsuit NFL player Ray Rice and his suspension Glass installed at new Vikings stadium and how it […]

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What’s @Tunheim Reading? [July 25, 2014]

July 25, 2014

The New Yorker’s Treasure Trove Submitted by Owen Truesdell, consultant, @OFW_Truesdell The New Yorker has opened its archive for the summer, making the entirety of its past content available to all. It is a veritable horde of thoughtful commentary pieces, poetry and, of course, cartoons. While the amount of content can be overwhelming, the internet has […]

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What’s @TeamTunheim Reading? [July 17, 2014]

July 18, 2014

Curious what professionals who plan and create engaging content read in their downtime? Similar to the audiences we engage for our clients, it varies depending on our passions and what’s going on in the news and our lives. Review this quick snapshot of what’s piqued our interest this week. Once Upon a Time Submitted by […]

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