women Tag

Pretty surprising to learn how the convention of naming hurricanes impact death rates. Hurricanes named after women result in more deaths. A study by the National Academy of Sciences found that feminine-named hurricanes cause people to take them less seriously than masculine-named hurricanes. People are less prepared when...

What’s on the docket for reputation watchers? Here are my predictions, reflections and thoughts on what’s ahead in 2015 and beyond. This was just posted today on HuffingtonPost.The Reputation of Things. This year the term reputation was everywhere. It was no longer primarily reserved for...

 Strange juxtaposition. While I was away in Europe for two weeks, I read the Walter Issacson book on Steve Jobs. It was truly captivating and compelling. I finished it on my flight home from London and was intrigued from the first word to the last....

   Sometimes I wander through Letters to Shareholders from chairmen or CEOs. This might have become a habit when I first began following CEOs and brushing up on companies and their reputations. When I am asked about a company or its competitors, I like to...