Reputation Matters

As the saying goes: it takes a lifetime to build a reputation, but a moment to lose it. 

How to build a company to last for centuries

How to build a company to last for centuries

The companies that endure are clear about their purpose, says author John Simmons.

The banking sector has recovered, but has it rehabilitated?

The banking sector has recovered, but has it rehabilitated?

The big four banks reveal the best results in years, but the shadow of scandal...

Is this the end of Philip Green?

Is this the end of Philip Green?

It's far from a fairytale ending for retail's perennial top-man.

Why transparency is really not that simple

Why transparency is really not that simple

It's the right thing to do, but it's not hard to see why bosses don't...

Why we've lost faith in charities

Why we've lost faith in charities

FROM THE ARCHIVE: The Oxfam scandal is just the latest in a long-line of controversies...

Would Unilever really pull its online ads over extremism?

Would Unilever really pull its online ads over extremism?

The company has impeccable ethical credentials, but it's hard to advertise these days without Google...

These are the top 10 threats to global business

These are the top 10 threats to global business

The world can be a scary place, but forewarned is forearmed, says BSI's Pietro Foschi....

Why Carillion couldn't open its eyes

Why Carillion couldn't open its eyes

Willful blindness can lead perfectly sensible people to do foolish things, says change consultant Caryn...

5 ways to build a company people love to work for

5 ways to build a company people love to work for

Wrexham-based PA telephone service Moneypenny frequently tops national lists of desirable places to work. How?...

Presidents Club: Learn from the scandal or risk reputational catastrophe

Presidents Club: Learn from the scandal or risk reputational catastrophe

Scandals that tarnish your corporate culture are hard to wash away, says crisis consultant Jonathan...