Common Sense For The C-Suite: Relevance Is The New Reputation
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Common Sense For The C-Suite: Relevance Is The New Reputation

In an age where information is ubiquitous and people move from one subject to another in a blink of eye, if your brand, product, service or company isn’t on their radar you don’t exist.

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Common Sense For The C-Suite: Relevance Is The New Reputation

In today’s social/digital reality, Relevance has become the new reputation. This means that an organization must connect consistently and authentically on multiple levels with its key audiences — in areas that are both meaningful to the business- its core purpose and strategic direction – as well as areas that are meaningful to its audiences. What makes this different is the speed at which relevance forms and dissipates and the agility necessary to harness it for sustained growth and success.

In an age where information is ubiquitous and people move from one subject to another in a blink of eye, if your brand, product, service or company isn’t on their radar you don’t exist.

It’s all about connection.

In this issue of Common Sense for the C-Suite, we explore how organizations can drive growth and sustain efficacy in a crowded, distracted business environment.

Please click here to view the report.

 


By: Gary Grates

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