Paul Argenti

Professor of Corporate Communication


"Paul Argenti is one of the world's most well-known and appreciated academics in the field of corporate communication." Professor Cees van Riel, Erasmus

Professor Argenti's recent research on social media extends his expertise in corporate communications, strategy formulation and execution, corporate reputation, and corporate social responsibility—issues on which he consults for corporations and nonprofit organizations.

Video series

Insight and advice from Professor Argenti. 

Top 5 Communication Blunders of 2013

Professor Argenti names the biggest communications mistakes of 2013. For who made the list and his advice.


June 22-27 - Leadership and Strategic Impact program  //

The five-day Tuck Executive Education program is at the intersection of how to think, communicate, and lead strategically to further organizational objectives. Register online.

June 24-26 - Brand and Reputation program  //

Led by Professors Paul Argenti and Kevin Lane Keller, a two-and-a-half day Tuck Executive Education program on how to build and maintain corporate brand and reputation. Register online.

Recent articles by Professor Argenti  //

The Crisis Communication Playbook: What GM's Mary Barra (and Every Leader) Needs to Know

Paul Argenti says the first rule of crisis communication is to admit your mistakes publicly.

CVS’s Lesson: Carpe Diem

CVS made a smart move to advance its long-term reputation.

Social Media Will Make Strategy Everyone's Concern

Read Professor Argenti's comments in this article from Tuck Today.

Tuck Learning Expedition to Japan, March 2013  //

VIDEO: A group of Tuck MBA students visited Japan on a Learning Expedition led by Professor Paul Argenti.

Publications by Professor Argenti  //

Professor Argenti shows readers the importance of creating a coordinated corporate communication system, and describes how organizations benefit from important strategies and tools to stay ahead of the competition.

Professor Argenti and coauthor Courtney Barnes advise corporate leaders on how to deploy proven strategies for using new and emerging digital platforms.






  • MBA, Columbia University, 1981
  • MA, Brandeis University, 1979
  • BA, Columbia University, 1975