reputation risk

GDPR Compliance Exposes Huge Interdependencies within Organizations

Now that some of the heat has died down on this topic, I thought it would be a good time to discuss observations about GDPR from an ERM perspective. Last month, the General Data Privacy Regulation from the EU was a hot topic. You undoubtedly received emails from your subscriptions and apps explaining that new…
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Crisis communications

Crisis Communications: Protecting and Saving Reputations Everywhere!

An Interview with Evan Bloom of Fortress Strategic Communications Communication is critical to the success of an organization – especially during a crisis. How well an organization communicates can help or hurt any reputation. I have previously written about how organizations can better understand their reputation risk; one of those methods is to analyze your…
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Improve reputation risk oversight to survive the close scrutiny.

4 Ways to Survive Reputation Scrutiny and Improve Reputation Risk Oversight

I’ve been pondering reputation risk a lot lately, especially when I consider that around 75% of a company’s market value today is tied to intangible assets like reputation. Every organization is under scrutiny every day, and reputations are at stake. How well are companies and non-profits managing their reputation risk? What kind of reputation risk…
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5 Ways to Better Understand and Quantify Reputation Risk

As the person representing ERM at your organization, reputation risk is likely at the top of the list of concerns. You bring it up frequently with people across the organization and have tried to figure out how in the world to include it in your risk assessments. I know…because I struggled with this same thing.…
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8 Areas Where Florida Restaurants Must Proactively Manage Risks

It’s no secret that running a restaurant is hard… My husband’s grandfather, who was a successful business owner, told him that if a restaurant breaks even in 3 years, they’re doing really well. For some reason, his statement has stuck over the years, and it is something I think about frequently, especially since I started…
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