In my organization we live with a healthy dose of acceptance of potential risk.
Risk & Issue Management
If the social licence to operate is an unwritten contract, where does that leave communicators?
The social licence to operate has been a central concept in the mining industry lexicon for the past two decades.
lmost daily we see media coverage of potential downturns or various bubbles bursting.
From September 2015 to January 2016, Reputation Institute surveyed more than 150 global executives to gather insights on today’s trends, practices and priorities related to their stakeholder management.
The global risk landscape is changing. The effects of globalisation, digitalisation and technological disruption pose fundamental challenges.
Recent terrorist attacks around the world – including Paris, Beirut and Metrojet Flight 9268 – were marked not only by their cruelty but also the use of social media before, during and after the attacks.
Businesses are exposed to an increasing number of disruptive scenarios stemming from today’s interconnected corporate environment.
Some decisions are risky. Others are uncertain. In either case, companies traditionally strive to provide their employees with up-to-date, precise and elaborate information in order to reduce the risk and uncertainty of decision making.
When talking about Danish Crown, you do not shy away from words like ‘slaughter’ and ‘killing’, and have even coined the phrase ‘We kill for a living’.