The Transformative team has worked for some of the world’s most prestigious and admired institutions. Browse our work by category.

Thought Leadership

Transformative’s team is in demand throughout the world for analysis and commentary about the issues that matter most. They can help hone your message and bring it to the attention of the audience you most covet.

American Reckoning:
Over the past 25 years, Michael Moran has reported and analyzed major events for some of the world’s leading intellectual and newsgathering institutions, including the Council on Foreign Relations, the BBC, MSNBC.com and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. View

Scott Malcomson on Charlie Rose:
Scott Malcomson, fellow at the Carnegie Corporation, introduces his book “Splinternet: How Geopolitics and Commerce are Fragmenting the World Wide Web”. View

The Fastest Billion:
The Story Behind Africa’s Economic Revolution. A foreword from Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-lweale Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance, Federal Republic of Nigeria. (Michael Moran co-author, for Renaissance Capital). View

Putin’s Reich:
Michael Moran in Foreign Policy magazine. – The dark echoes of ethnic nationalism in Russia’s lost empire. View

The Geopolitics of Corruption:
The Geopolitics of Corruption: Michael Moran in Foreign Affairs magazine. View

The Reckoning:
Debt, Democracy and American Power (Michael Moran/Palgrave Macmillan). View

Policy Analysis and Risk Forecasting

Consistently and in a timely and actionable manner, Transformative’s team provides forecasting and risk analysis of the world’s most important trends and events. Browse a selection of our work below:

Risks to Inbound FDI in North America:
Michael Moran – Hidden risk in north American Foreing direct investment View

The end of NAFTA as we know it? Michael Moran on CNBC:
Control Risks’ Michael Moran talks about how Donald Trump will use the threat of tariffs or NAFTA ultimatums to introduce trade concessions.View

Business risks and global corruption: Michael Moran:
With the shocking revelations of the “Panama Papers,” we have seen a possibly corrupt Prime Minister resign in Iceland, corrupt governments weakened in Brazil and Argentina, and anti-corruption candidates winning out in India and Indonesia. View

Trump’s First 100 Days:
The new US administration takes power on following the inauguration of President Donald Trump on January 20 will find itself enviably situation to press ahead with much of its political, economic and foreign policy agenda View

Time’s Up for the Taliban:
It’s rare for the United States and China, Israel and Iran, China and Russia, Egypt, France and India to find a common interest, let alone a common enemy.View

Digital Strategy and Web Design

The Transformative team has played a major role in bringing to market some of the most effective and innovative digital platforms of the past 15 years. Browse some of our work below:

Editorial Strategy:
Leveraging CFR’s Reputation in the News Space

Multimedia Innovation:
Emmy-award winning Crisis Guide seriesView

Advocacy and Urgency:
A Critical Moment for Nuclear Security. View

Design and Product Development:
Roubini Global Economics.

Podcast initiatives launched for

The Transformative team has played a major role in bringing to market some of the most effective and innovative digital platforms of the past 15 years. Browse some of our work below:

Foreign Affairs magazine:
The leading magazine for analysis and debate of foreign policy, economics and global affairs. View

The Economist:
CFR.org Executive Editor Michael Moran and Economist Executive Editor Daniel Franklin preview major world events in the coming year.View

Control Risks:
RiskMap Podcast: Hungary votes on migration, Haiti’s presidential election, & an update on the BRICS. View

Carnegie Corporation of New York:
This podcast series offers nuanced debate about Russia, its current and future relations with the United States and the impact of this critical relationship on international peace and security. View