2 edition of reputation game found in the catalog.
by Bournemouth University Department of Finance and Law in Poole
Written in English
|Series||Discussion paper in financial services -- No 9|
|Contributions||Bournemouth University. Department of Finance and Law. Financial Services Research Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Book Review The Reputation Game – The Art of Changing How People See you by David Waller and Rupert Younger One World Publications – Seven out 10 It is said that a lie is around the world before the truth has got its shoes on, and in these days of the Internet, Fake News and Social Media that is more true than ever.
This very well researched and detailed book, co-written by /5(19). The Reputation Game is a compelling read that has you nodding along in agreement, turning the page for another insight and then pausing to take in the academic research. Written by a former Financial Times journalist and PR guru David Waller and a Business School academic Rupert Younger, the blend of the journalism and the academic gives you Cited by: 1.
The Reputation Game, which is aimed at a business audience, is a more sober affair. David Waller was a journalist for the Financial Times and is now a management consultant. Rupert Younger was the co-founder of Finsbury, a successful PR firm, expensively acquired by the advertising group WPP inand he went on to found the University of.
This interesting book places the issue in its rigorously argued context - an important matter for every senior executive in the public and private sectors.' - Lord Patten, Chancellor, University of Oxford ‘The insights in The Reputation Game are a masterclass of pattern recognition.
This book shows us that no matter who you are, your industry. The Reputation Game. By David Waller. Published Sep Welcome to This book shows that reputation cannot be owned, or managed by media professionals: it is a gift of trust given by an audience constantly checking and challenging one’s authenticity.
It is full of : David Waller. The Reputation Game. 3-minute read. The Reputation Game: The Art of Changing How People See You. by David Waller and Rupert Younger; Oneworld, October ‘We are all playing the reputation game,’ according to authors David Waller and Rupert Younger, the latter Director of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation, which he founded in ‘With this book we aim to explain how the game works and how to build winning strategies, starting by asking the right questions about the kind of reputation you want, for what, and with whom.’ For more information or to speak to Rupert Younger please contact the press office: Josie Powell, PR Manager, Saïd Business School.
Buy The Reputation Game 01 by Waller, David, Younger, Rupert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 9. David Waller is an author specialising in business and historical biography.
His new book The Reputation Game, co-authored with Rupert Younger of Oxford University, looks at the way reputations are built, maintained, lost and rebuilt in private, public and commercial life. Reputation is applicable to everyone; Interviewees include Hilary Mantel, Jay-Z, Simon Cowell, Bernie Madoff & Dennis Kozlowski; We are all playing the Reputation Game, whether we know it or not.
Understanding how you get the reputation you want, and how you avoid the reputations that you don’t, has never been more important.
This book will be an important text and reference for years to come."--Roger Myerson, University of Chicago "Theorists use repeated games to understand self-enforcing contracts, and to explore the power of reputation formation in strategic s: 2. What does a company have to do to be admired and respected.
Why does Apple have a better reputation than, say, Samsung. In Winning the Reputation Game, Grahame Dowling ies' reputations do not derive from consultant-recommended campaigns to showcase efforts at corporate transparency, environmental sustainability, or social responsibility.
The Rules of Reputation. What’s the value of reputation. That was the question on guests’ lips at Huntsman last week, when our chairman Pierre Lagrange hosted the launch of “The Reputation Game,” a new book by financial public relations consultant David Waller and Rupert Younger, director of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation.
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Celine Patterson, Lead, Online Reputation Management, Universal Health Services, Inc. This interesting book places the issue in its rigorously argued context - an important matter for every senior executive in the public and private sectors.' -- Lord Patten, Chancellor, University of Oxford 'The insights in The Reputation Game are a masterclass of pattern recognition.
This book provides insight into the sources of reputation, illustrates by case study the impact of loss and charts the route to recovery. It is a valuable contribution to this increasingly important topic.'--Sir Roger Carr, chairman of BAE Systems 'The insights in The Reputation Game are a masterclass of pattern recognition.
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It is an interesting read, especially in light of everything about Harvey Weinstein and the media men list. “Reputation in today’s world is more valuable than money.” So says David Waller, whose new book ‘The Reputation Game’ sets out to analyse how such a nebulous concept as what people think of you can be moved out of the ‘soft skills’ set and into something more concrete.