Managing Reputation Risk and Situational Crisis in Higher Institutions of Learning

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Effiong, Andem Ita;
  • Publisher: Instituto Federal de São Paulo
  • Journal: Independent Journal of Management & Production (issn: 2236-269X)
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  • Identifiers: doi: 10.14807/ijmp.v5i2.158
  • Subject: Management. Industrial management | Reputation risk; stakeholders' perceptions; situational crisis; stakeholders' value; reputational capital; reputational assets | Crisis Management; Reputation Risk Management, and Communication | HD28-70 | situational crisis | reputational assets | stakeholders' perceptions | Reputation risk | reputational capital | stakeholders' value

Extant literature on crisis and corporate reputation management has presented the Situational Crisis Communication Theory (SCCT) model as a valid and reliable framework for managing crisis and predicting stakeholders’perceptions of organizations’ reputation in times of ... View more
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