Most Admired

I have been trying to figure out why Jamie Dimon has not received as much reputation mud as you'd expect considering the fiasco over the trading loss JPMorganChase recently revealed. I am also trying to figure out how Ina Drew, the chief investment officer who resigned...

The New York Times had a very interesting article yesterday for a variety of reasons. But one reason that hit the spot was about how consumers make decisions and how the author went about choosing the right baby formula for his infant. After he and his...

I have to say that the headline in today’s WSJ re the $2 billion trading loss at JPMorganChase strongly resonated with me. The title is “J.P. Morgan Trades in Its Crown.”  In our research on safeguarding reputation, we start out by summing up reputation failures...

Prophet, a brand consultancy, released its recent reputation survey today. The survey was conducted among over 5,000 consumers in the U.S. Among the most important drivers of reputation rankings were:Is a company whose products and services make a difference in my life Is a company that inspires me Gives...

There’s no avoiding the bad odds of maintaining a coveted top shelf reputation spot in one’s industry. Each year Weber Shandwick measures the rate at which companies lose their #1 most admired position in their respective industries on the Fortune World’s Most Admired Companies survey....