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Food fault fraud and the risk to reputation

Fraudulent claims about alleged problems with food are a very real risk to reputation, and social media has made it even easier to create fakes. So how should companies respond to protect the brand? 517 more words

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A serious gap in crisis preparedness

So, what is the role of the Board in crisis management? New research suggests it’s not well enough understood and needs a lot more attention. And the view from the Board Room shows a worrying vulnerability around crisis preparedness and prevention. 463 more words

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Clever words are no substitute for apology and remorse

When a company’s reputation is under attack is not the time for weasel words and clever phrasing to make the situation look not quite so bad. 431 more words

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Reputation crisis? Time to stop blaming the intern

It’s no secret that social media crises can shred reputation. So why do organisations keep giving interns and junior staff the keys to drive online activity? 508 more words

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When celebrity sponsorship becomes a brand issue

Maria Sharapova’s drug scandal is a crisis for the world’s highest paid female sports star. But it also raises major issue management challenges for her big brand sponsors and any other companies with high profile celebrity sponsorships. 495 more words

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Interview on online reputation management with Amcham biz.HK magazine

biz.HK, the magazine of The American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong (disclaimer: until recently I chaired its Communications and Marketing Committee) recently interviewed me about how companies should protect and manage their reputations online. 39 more words

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Are you ready for the cyber risk tsunami

Cyber incidents have emerged as the fastest growing business risk in 2016, and damage to reputation is now the single greatest economic loss they cause. 521 more words

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