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Four Reasons Why Corporate Reputation Can Be At Risk

‘It is wiser to be cautious and careful than to be hasty and rash’ is the perfect phrase that comes to mind when a company suffers a disaster. 470 more words

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No, Adele. Denial and obfuscation is not PR 101

Public relations and communications professionals are pretty familiar with critics who like to paint what they do as inherently dishonest. Such negativity is hardly new, and maybe it goes with the territory. 500 more words

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When a crisis strikes, the buck stops where?

In the wake of any crisis the hunt for someone to blame is nearly always successful.  Sometimes the buck stops right at the top, but does it really help to dump the CEO? 553 more words

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Yes, the Mind (Still) Has No Firewall. "The Human Factor 2018" Report.

Human element, together with its all psychological and cognitive weaknesses, constitutes arguably the most vulnerable component of company’s attack surface. Recently released report “The Human Factor 2018… 448 more words

What to do when sponsorship becomes brand risk

When Australian cricketers were caught out cheating in a match against South Africa it was undoubtedly a reputational crisis for the team, the game and its administrators. 510 more words

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Could a change of name protect the reputation of Weinstein movies?

All of Hollywood was eagerly waiting to see who would buy and rename the scandal-plagued Weinstein Company.

Now it seems there will be an auction… 560 more words

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How not to manage infrastructure crisis risk

The best crisis management is taking planned steps to prevent a crisis from happening in the first place. But that important principle sometimes seems to take a back seat when it comes to a crisis risk involving costly, vulnerable infrastructure. 524 more words

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