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To a professional in a function that can impact brand and reputation, the term “issue” is a core part of daily work that is essential to value creation.
A couple of centuries ago the Ninja of Japan would infiltrate castles and do what spies do. In case of trouble, they were always ready…
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Based on our observations across a wide range of industries and company sizes, we have concluded that there are six capability areas that, when mastered, distinguish top performance from the rest of the pack.
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Some ABCs on how to deal with the transition. Make early conversations about value, not the budget.
Call it the How Well report for external, and the How Much report for internal. After touting how the business is addressing its social and environmental responsibilities, you still need to remind business leaders how much value you created and discuss how to do better next year.
A company’s issue and risk management processes are flawed when the realistic requirement of operationalizing sustainability has not sunken into the leadership team. Issue Management is a core strategic process that must involve leaders and is considered by RIN as a core pillar of achieving radical influence.
I want to make sure that you do not miss a unique feature of our website, so I am devoting this blog to the news feed that is intended to increase our collective influence intelligence. It is not driven by keyword search as many search functions are. It is driven by an artificial intelligence engine that measures the degree to which articles are like one another…
Having a good issue management process helps natural resource companies. This structured process recognizes the gaps between a company’s (past) actions and stakeholder expectations. It also requires that the organization take concerted action to close those gaps.
Ever since the book by W. Howard Chase in 1984, titled Issue Management, Origins of the Future organizations have initiated all manner of issue management…