crises Tag

27 Oct Interesting Reputation Sidebars

Just a few bullets that caught my eye over the past few weeks on the topic of reputation.In a wickedly well-written and snarky article in The Economist on CEOs living in glass houses (no kidding), especially in this new social world, a few things stood...

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09 Aug Risky business for CEOs

  A new McKinsey survey among board members reports that members acknowledge knowing little about risk. Nearly three in ten (29%) say their boards have limited or no understanding of the risks their companies face. Even more compelling, members say their boards spend just 12% of...

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29 Dec Crisis Type Impacts Investors…

What spooks markets the most? If you closely follow crises, you probably think about how many different types of crises there are. For example, how do the markets react to a crisis that is due to the questionable behavior of the company or employees? What...

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13 Nov Countering Rumors that Harm Reputation

In an article today on the academic dream team that consulted with President Obama's team, a few lessons are shared that should be helpful for the public sector and CEOs or other executives. The group of behavioral scientists who were unpaid advised that voters focus...

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21 Jun Getting the GC and CCO to the Same Table/Same Page

  Lawyers and communications specialists seem at times to inhabit entirely different worlds.  This is something that I've often thought about but has received little attention in the public relations and legal counsels' worlds. So it's time to think about this new trend in reputation managment that...

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