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  • Leadership 2.0 is a set of alternative management values and practices driven by a set of coherent assumptions about the nature of human communication. In this paper, the authors argue that Leadership 2.0 is critical to make Web2.0 work. This paper is informed by Dervin‟s Sense-Making Methodology (SMM) as an approach to design knowledge sharing platform incorporating Web2.0 features which allow user-generated content and have a stronger emphasis on collaboration and interaction amongst users.

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  • This research project attempts to look at the secular use of Mindfulness as a potential organizational investment for Irish and U.S. companies to promote a high level of employee performance. For organisations to remain productive and competitive, they need a high level of employee performance as this translates to organization product quality and company reputation in a competitive market in any industry.

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  • Insurance companies are using social media to increase visibility, enhance familiarity, develop relationships and build trust. Perhaps, presently, the primary advantage of using social media is to generate exposure. Another key use of social media by the insurance industry is to provide customer service in order to build and maintain relationships with consumers (see Appendix D for examples). The insurance industry has built its foundation on networking and building a good reputation.

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  • The high ownership concentration can also serve as a credible commitment that the controlling owner is willing to build a reputation for not expropriating minority shareholders (Gomes, 2000). The commitment is credible because minority shareholders know that if the controlling owner unexpectedly extracts high levels of private benefits when he/she still holds a substantial amount of shares, they will discount the stock price accordingly, and the majority owner’s share value will be reduced.

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  • The report also identifies water-related risks for electric power/energy, apparel, biotechnology/pharmaceutical, forest products and metals/mining firms. For companies in these and other sectors, climate change will further reduce the availability of reliable and high quality water, impacting productivity, costs, revenues, public goodwill and reputation. The report highlights the intensifying conflict between energy use and water availability. With increasing frequency, choosing one of these resources means undermining the other – the other, usually being water.

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  • Physical water resource constraints make companies more susceptible to reputational risks. Declines in water availability and quality can increase competition for clean water. In water-scarce regions, tensions can arise between businesses and local communities, particularly in developing countries where local populations often lack access to safe and reliable drinking water. Community opposition to industrial water withdrawals and perceived or real inequities in use can emerge quickly and affect businesses profoundly.

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