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This blog carries a series of posts and articles, mostly written by Anthony Fitzsimmons under the aegis of Reputability LLP, a business that is no longer trading as such. Anthony is a thought leader in reputational risk and its root causes, behavioural, organisational and leadership risk. His book 'Rethinking Reputational Risk' was widely acclaimed. Led by Anthony, Reputability helped business leaders to find, understand and deal with these widespread but hidden risks that regularly cause reputational disasters. You can contact Anthony via ajef{at]reputability.co.uk

Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Financial Times reviews 'Rethinking Reputational Risk'

Stefan Stern has reviewed 'Rethinking Reputational Risk' for the Financial Times.

Introducing his review, Stern wrote:

"Th[is] book offers a thorough analysis of the many ways in which apparently unexpected crises can destroy businesses and reputations. Boards, chief executives and their managers may believe they have a firm grip on the risks they face. They should think again."

He continued:
"The book contains a series of detailed case studies of some of the best-known corporate crises of recent years .... The authors draw more than 30 lessons from their schadenfreude-free research."
before concluding:
"Businesses and executives are therefore vulnerable on a number of levels. They would do well to reflect on the serious messages contained in this well-argued book."
You can read more reviews here.

You can read more about 'Rethinking Reputational Risk' here.

You can buy copies from the publishers here.

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