Tag: Reputation

Averting crisis through effective communication

Since crisis is something that can happen at any point in time, concerted efforts should be made by organisations to think ahead and do research in order to avert unforeseen circumstance or crisis.

New Google+ Bug Moves Site End Date Forward

Social network will now be closed by April 2019.

Bethesda Accidentally Leaked Personal Data of ‘Fallout 76’ Customers Looking for Help

The game publisher accidentally sent support ticket information to customers using its help desk.

ISO 21041: Gaining consumer trust by making purchasing choices easier

A new standard for unit pricing will help consumers compare products quickly and effectively, a win-win solution for all.

How natural disasters impact elections

The way politicians handle themselves in the wake of a natural disaster can greatly influence their careers and subsequent elections.

What loss of trust costs companies in dollars and cents

More than half of the public companies world-wide analyzed in a new study suffered material reputational damage, causing them to miss out on as much as $180 billion in revenue, a report by Accenture PLC indicates.

Canadians say companies should be responsible for food safety

Canadians believe the greatest responsibility for food safety lies with food companies, but they do not trust them.

Alphabet shuts down Google+ after data leak it has known about since March is exposed

WSJ reports that Google decided not to disclose the leak earlier partly due to fears of regulatory scrutiny.

Getting the packaging right: international guide just updated

An international guide has just been revised to help organizations ensure their packaging meets growing consumer needs.

Why compliance is a business enabler, not a hindrance

Compliance isn’t just a bureaucratic nuisance. When done properly, it can contribute greatly to the strategic governance of the overall organization.

Bite size resilience – Timing

It's a fact that something will go wrong in our lives, at some point or another. But disaster has no respect for the clock. Our life clocks. Bad timing is inevitable.

British Airways boss apologizes for ‘malicious’ data breach

British Airways's boss has apologised for what he says was a sophisticated breach of the firm's security systems, and has promised compensation.

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