With news and commentary travelling at light speed across the world, reputation is now front and centre for organisations of all shapes and sizes in all corners of the world.
Despite this, some organisations remain unprepared for the speed and, in some cases, the complexity of decisions that must be taken immediately in order to protect one’s name, image and reputation.
It can be tempting to dodge, duck, or rely on your trusty right hook when responding to slip-ups, accusations and allegations. This may temporarily knock back an opponent, but usually provides only short-term reprieve.
Rather, it is essential to box clever in today’s open, networked and inherently distrustful world. This requires a team, structure and system capable of anticipating and handling known risks, and capable of dealing with the increasing number of unknowns.
In this presentation, Charlie Pownall identifies the critical components of a digitised reputation management system, and sets out what it takes to deliver an appropriate and effective response, fast.
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