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Corporate Communications in Times of Coronavirus

Corporate Communications in Times of Coronavirus 2560 1638 Reputation Affairs

Cancelled business trips or events, media enquiries, anxious employees, and requests by your board or stakeholders on how you have prepared – By now your company has probably been affected by SARS-CoV-2, known as the Coronavirus. So, how can your corporate communications avoid misunderstandings and prevent reputational damage? Reputation Affairs has listed useful tips to…

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Opportunities and threats of transparency in the extracting industry

Opportunities and threats of transparency in the extracting industry 4616 3056 Reputation Affairs

Why you should be transparent – and why not The Internet made the world more transparent, transparency creates credibility, credibility increases reputation – and a good reputation is the essence in todays’ age of the internet. The formula of this cycle is easy to understand. But is it also correct? What if transparency complicates business,…

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The fear of reputational loss – A case study on climate models

The fear of reputational loss – A case study on climate models 6599 4400 Reputation Affairs

Reliability issues and the consequences for scientists, policy makers and the media   Global Climate Models (GCM) play a crucial role in understanding climate change in general and anthropogenic climate change specifically. With growing importance, their reliance is key to predict manmade climate change and to deduce consequential actions. This is where a considerable debate…

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Deep reputability for economic longevity

Deep reputability for economic longevity 3600 2400 Reputation Affairs

Deep reputability for economic longevity “Money is the McMansion in Sarasota that looks good and starts falling apart after a few years. Power is the old stone building that stands for centuries.” – said the protagonist of House of Cards.1 Any leader, manager or executive that is able to think in the long-term knows that…

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Your Right to be Forgotten

Your Right to be Forgotten 1179 809 Reputation Affairs

“It takes twenty years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it,” says Warren Buffet. A quote which, thanks to digitalization, is even more true today than it was ever before. But what happens after those critical five minutes when things just don’t go the way they should, or even worse, what if…

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Reputational Realities

Reputational Realities 1179 647 Reputation Affairs

According to a survey by Deloitte, 87% of executives rate reputation risk as more important than other strategic risks.1 Despite the fact that the global business class has come a long way in its efforts to linearize reputation management, it still doesn’t change the reality that, inherently, much of its nature is non-linear. It is…

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