Google

18 May, 2018

Google CEO tops global reputation list

Google CEO Sundar Pichai is the world’s most reputable CEO, according to a new index by the Reputation Institute. ...
Compliance, regulation

13 February, 2018

Compliance: take it or leave it

Compliance may mean meeting legal or regulatory obligations, but in a corporate setting, compliance is viewed as a cost from both a people and a financial resource perspective. “Essent...
Harvey Weinstein

30 January, 2018

Confidence high in harassment and misconduct policies after Weinstein

Few organisations believe their harassment and sexual misconduct policies need overhauling, despite the spotlight cast on the issue by the Harvey Weinstein scandal and subsequent campaign. A poll c...
Presidents Club, David Meller

25 January, 2018

Meller quits Department for Education role over Presidents Club scandal

David Meller has stepped down from his non-executive role at the Department for Education after revelations about a charity event that he co-chairs were published yesterday. The
Reputation

5 October, 2017

Reputation for the long term requires a change of attitude

Only a decade or so ago Deutsche Bank was one of the darlings of the investment banking world, winning headlines like “Deutsche Uber Alles” as it went around the globe gobbling up rivals and eatin...
risk

14 September, 2017

Risk: Why boards need a collective mindset

Executive boards have a responsibility for good governance and responsible stewardship, yet persist in treating risk as a control function, not a decision-making process...

10 September, 2015

Amazon’s reputation crisis

28 August, 2015

Thomas Cook’s calamity

A whitepaper from the Alva Group, the corporate reputation advisers, has shown that Thomas Cook’s standing has been significantly impacted by recent events and that this has had a significant impact...