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Results More Important Than Reputation
Roepan, Student (Other), Netherlands, Member
I think that the result of a company is even more important than its reputation. After all what's the truth about most reputations? What really matters are the size of the firm and in which industry the company operates.
 

 
Profit > Reputation
Aruho, Student (University), Uganda, Member
Reputation not underrated, I think what matters most is the profit a CEO is able to declare at the end of a period. The reputation is a public ideological facade that may not very much account for the growth of an organisation. How efficient and organised that you are and what impact you can put on the organisation to increase profitability is what will aid organisational growth.
 

 
Corporate Reputation Increases Goodwill
casmir makoye, Business Consultant, Tanzania, Member
Corporate reputation of the organisation and CEO is crucial for image building and goodwill. It blends well with trust and delivery of goods and services that generate profits if efficiency is held constant.
 

 
Corporate Reputation Quotient is Vital
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Results More Important Than Reputation
D.B.P. Huguenot PhD CFA, Management Consultant, United States, Member
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