The Wall Street Journal last week reported on a survey of 235 directors serving on the boards of publicly traded, private, not-for-profit and private-equity owned organizations which found that, excluding financial risk, reputation risk was the top concern cited by 73% of respondents. The survey was conducted by Eisner Amper

For corporate affairs practitioners this underscores more than ever the need to build meaningful reputation measurement, analyses and decision making structures into their operations. There is a small irony in the fact that the tools that are used to do this are very similar to the tools that require us to do this – digital means by which data and information can be shared and interrogated.

The WSJ story is HERE (log In required):