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Corporate Culture Reputational Risk, Social Media - Where's the Board?

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Mark Bonham panel presentation 2019 Summit

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Corporate Culture Reputational Risk, Social Media - Where's the Board?

  1. 1. Corporate Culture, Reputational Risk, Social Media— Where’s the Board? Cydni Tetro—ForgeDX John Wade—BrainStorm Eddie Christensen—CHG Healthcare Mark Bonham—Stoel Rives LLP
  2. 2. Corporate Culture Source: vaco.com Forbes ranks these large companies as having the best corporate culture—why? Microsoft, Zoom Video Communications, ADP, Google, HubSpot, Insight Global, Smile Brands, Costco, Qualtrics, and T-Mobile
  3. 3. Reputational Risk Reputational risk carries legal jeopardy as well, with Financial Times specialist service Agenda reporting that 25 complaints were filed or amended in federal court in the past 12 months that alleged (at least in part) board-level responsibility in connection with corporate reputational damage. Only six such cases were filed in the preceding year. --Risk Management 9/30/19
  4. 4. Social Media If you look at the backlash towards Facebook after the scandal broke, it was severe - US$70 billion of the social media giant's market value was wiped out in ten days. While its share price recovered, the reputational damage is still being felt. According to our research, one in three people consider Facebook and other social networks to be the least trusted industries for online personal data. --SAI Global 2019
  5. 5. Q&A *Ask this panel anything you want! *The panel will answer anything it wants!
  6. 6. Corporate Culture, Reputational Risk, Social Media— Where’s the Board? Cydni Tetro—ForgeDX John Wade—BrainStorm Eddie Christensen—CHG Healthcare Mark Bonham—Stoel Rives LLP

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