Category Archives: Reputation Management

Did Corporate Culture Cause VW Crash?

With news breaking over the past several days, we all now know that Volkswagen is suffering a major corporate disaster. Not the equivalent of a reputational fender-bender, but an all-out drive into a wall. This is a corporate disaster that … Continue reading

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Dangerous Leadership Blindness

Leaders from all walks of life should take note of three recent stories in the news. Behind the headlines are important management lessons about the dangers of leadership blindness. In April a Georgia state court judge slapped several former Atlanta … Continue reading

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Trader Joe’s v. Pirate Joe’s: Another Legal Food Fight, Another Bad Decision

It seems like everyone loves grocery store chain Trader Joe’s. With over 400 stores in the U.S. carrying sometimes quirky low-priced snacks and other groceries, the company has developed a fanatically loyal following. And the happy crew of Hawaiian shirt … Continue reading

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