Monthly Archives: November 2019

Is CEO behaviour your reputation weak link?

Two weeks ago the Board of McDonald’s had the embarrassing task of sacking their CEO for a consensual but inappropriate relationship with a female employee. The Board said Steve Easterbrook had “demonstrated poor judgement” and the former CEO himself told … Continue reading

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Fake news is not the only threat to truth

In our so-called post-truth society, fake news is a well-recognised danger to democracy and informed public debate. But there is another less well-known risk which threatens to contaminate legitimate issue management, and that’s the rise of the ‘non-fact’. Unlike lies, … Continue reading

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