Public opinion in the wake of the financial meltdown has revealed the public’s abiding mistrust of corporations and the executives who run them. Scrutiny from the Internet and 24-hour cable TV offers companies no place to hide; so they must proactively seek the confidence of their shareholders and the public. In today’s economy, reputation is a prime factor in a corporation’s bottom line.
©2009 Peter Firestein (P)2014 American Management Association International
A good introduction to Peter Firestein's book in an interview with the author. This was a quick listen with lots of gems. I liked the discussion of the value paradox and converging communications. Quick, Succint and easy listening.
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