The confidence factor
Protecting a company’s reputation is the most important and difficult task facing senior management teams and boards of directors today. The reason? Its good name is a major source of competitive advantage.
In this issue, you'll learn about how it only takes one slip to cause irreparable damage to a company’s image. It also showcases how ISO standards for anti-bribery and online reputation have the potential to generate greater leverage and boost company confidence.
Every company is vulnerable, even the most admired in their industries. And it takes only one accusation to destroy a business and damage its corporate image forever.
Twenty-nine-year-old Rania Python knows what it’s like to live in a world of barriers. Completely blind from birth, Rania sits down with us to share her challenges, struggles, and how standards have the potential to improve the quality of life – for her and everyone else.
Accessibility to me spells freedom.
Also in this issue
Acting Director-General Michael Møller of the United Nations Office in Geneva (UNOG), and ISO Secretary-General Rob Steele, recognize that it is by working together that we can make a stronger impact. Here they reveal their inspirations, the greatest challenges of today’s world, and their boundless commitment to making a difference.