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What are difference between Business Risk and Financial Risk

The risk is the possibility of loss or danger. The equity shareholders have to go through with two types of risk, i.e. Business Risk, and  673 more words

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Comms crucial for maintaining trust in charities

In a speech last week, Charity Commission chief executive Paula Sussex set out what she sees as the reasons for problems with trust and confidence in charities. 587 more words

Why some activists break the law – and how to respond

It’s no secret that some activist organisations believe they occasionally need to break the law in support of their “just cause.” And that’s a well acknowledged challenge for issue managers and senior executives trying to navigate their way through responding to a high profile issue. 525 more words

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Do 'reputation campaigns' actually improve reputation?

No-one loves the banks. And their generally poor reputation is pretty much universal. But is the glossy reputation campaign just launched by the Bankers Association the right answer? 495 more words

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Have charities thought enough about reputation issues?

Everyone working for a charity is acutely aware of the reputational issues the sector has faced over the last couple of years.

So I thought it would be worth mentioning an insight I’ve come across in a book I’m reading, … 364 more words

Why Government cyber crises matter

Cyber crises are hardly unusual. But when government computer systems fail, the social, political and financial impacts are wider than ever.

That’s a lesson the Australian Government has learned over recent months with a litany of IT problems which have plagued the public service. 509 more words

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Should you blame a crisis on a rogue employee or the system?

Blaming a rogue employee or system failure is a pretty popular crisis strategy. But one of the most notorious cases of blaming a rogue employee for a crisis has just been turned on its head, with a court deciding the management system rather than the perpetrator was mainly at fault. 514 more words

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