Reputation Matters

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

Do CSR initiatives actually improve your reputation?

Do CSR initiatives actually improve your reputation?

Iceland's palm oil ban is widely seen as a good thing, but that may not...

How success undermines purpose and why it doesn't have to

How success undermines purpose and why it doesn't have to

It's far too easy to forget why you're in business in the first place.

Wetherspoons has ditched social media, should you?

Wetherspoons has ditched social media, should you?

If social media is that good, Wetherspoons would not have scrapped it...

Fail well: How to handle business mistakes

Fail well: How to handle business mistakes

Chris Dyer, author of The Power of Company Culture, on how to handle business howlers....

6 moves that could help Facebook rebuild trust

6 moves that could help Facebook rebuild trust

Who are the 'dumb f***s' now?

Sorry seems to be the easiest word

Sorry seems to be the easiest word

Corporate apologies are thrown around far too easily, says John Sills.

Can the private sector fix the plastic waste crisis?

Can the private sector fix the plastic waste crisis?

With the economics of recycling broken, good intentions can only go so far.

How GKN's boardroom woes left it vulnerable to attack

How GKN's boardroom woes left it vulnerable to attack

UPDATE: Melrose ups the ante on GKN hostile takeover bid.

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.