Tag: BP

Why reputational risk keeps grabbing the limelight

“The most valuable asset in the capitalist economy is not cash, stock or buildings, but trust.” Economist Intelligence Unit, Risk of Risks What would a serious blow to your company’s reputation cost? This was once a rather academic query–most organisations could afford to consign it to the back burner. Today […]

When competence is an ethical issue–Iain Duncan Smith must go

[spacer height=”20px”]If Iain Duncan Smith led a large commercial organisation he would now be looking for another job.[spacer height=”20px”] How long can this inept, discredited leader survive as head of the so-called Universal Benefits project?[spacer height=”20px”] A supposedly sensible rationalisation of the welfare system started three years ago has constantly […]