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System of Enterprise Reputation Management

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  • Derevianko Olena. H.

    () (National University of Food Technology)

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The article offers a system of enterprise reputation management directed at increase of economic benefits from formation and maintenance of high reputation in the result of maximisation of the volume of the incoming cash flows of the enterprise and also their duration and stability. It proves that reputation management, which allows achievement of economic goals of the enterprise, should be directed at key groups of stakeholders: growth of products sales is ensured by consumers, growth of internal stability - by enterprise personnel, growth of external stability - by society, including authority bodies, growth of business value - by investors, owners and partners. The article describes components of the system of enterprise reputation management, the degree of development of which are determined by three vectors: interaction with stakeholders and level of their feedback: messaging, informing, convincing and attracting; activity of the used instruments of reputation management, regularity and intensity, and also quantitative indicators of their application within the framework of directions of the product PR, corporate PR and IR, internal PR, GR and PR&CSR; level of organisational pre-requisites (functional, system and strategic) of the system of reputation management.

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  • Derevianko Olena. H., 2014. "System of Enterprise Reputation Management," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 3, pages 381-386.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2014:i:3:p:381_386
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