reputation loss Tag

nobel-laureates

24 Jan Reputation of a Noble (Nobel) Prize

"For reputation is a funny thing. Scandal can destroy it overnight, of course, and the foundation’s trustees might fairly argue that their cautious approach has avoided that fate. But reputation can also slip away, unnoticed, as the world’s attention shifts elsewhere." This was a closing quote...

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01 May Reputation damage tops the lists of fears

The Global Risk Management Survey by AON is out for 2015. I always look forward to learning what is keeping 1,400 global risk management professionals up at night. This year, damage to reputation/brand is number one, having moved up from number four one year earlier. The...

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02 Sep High cost of reputation loss in China

Reputation loss is everywhere. Just saw this article about reputational issues in China and the importance of building trust in products and services and providing a foundation built on social responsibility. "According to official data, corporate trust failures in China are causing economic losses of...

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24 Sep Reputation forgery

Fake commentary. This weekend I received constant fake commentary to my blog -- every minute. I deleted over 1000 or more in the end. I just could not believe that anyone cares enough to assault my blog like that but apparently wordpress has been having these...

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01 Jul Employees as activists

[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="300.0"] chip_starnes_china_t300[/caption]The news story about the CEO held hostage in China    by employees has me thinking about the potential next new uprising -- employees. We've seen leaderless  revolutions spring up everywhere around the world recently but we have not...

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