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The Changing Landscape of Crisis Management

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The Changing Landscape of Crisis Management

Reputation is undoubtedly an organisation’s most valuable asset. It is what every company is built on. Organisations invest huge resources in establishing their brands in both the marketplace and in the public eye.

It is essential for businesses to have an exact understanding of their audiences and their expectations. Building relationships with stakeholders is central to every company’s success.

As Abraham Lincoln once said, “Character is like a tree and reputation like its shadow. The shadow ...

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When Times Are Hard, Innovate

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When Times Are Hard, Innovate

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The crisis which Europe (mainly) is suffering the last couple of years has resulted in numerous negative consequences, as reported in most of the media. But it has also resulted in the emergence of new technology-based companies and an increase in foreign investment and alliances in various markets, as well as reforms to the financial, educational, and government infrastructure in the countries of the south part of Europe. It may be that the crisis will emerge as a ‘blessing in ...

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Don’t make a drama out of a crisis

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Don’t make a drama out of a crisis

Sooner or later, every company will be faced with a crisis that has the potential to damage its reputation. Sometimes this crisis can be contained in-house; more often than not, and especially in today’s 24/7 media world, news of the problem leaks rapidly to the media, which has the power to destroy the most carefully nurtured company image almost overnight.

For the many businesses that work with hazardous materials or processes that can be dangerous to the environment and people, the ...

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