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RUNNING HEAD: Article Critique Article Critique: Managing Reputational Risks Carla M. Shields Sullivan University Critique: Managing Reputational Risks
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This article does a good job of explaining how enterprise risk management is important, and the obstacles of extending ERM to ethics. The two obstacles are anticipating reputational risk and quantifying reputational capital. In my opinion, the article fails to clearly define what anticipating reputational risk and quantifying reputational capital really means. There is a lot of time spent on reputational capital, while very little emphasis is placed on reputational risks. The information about reputational capital is, at first, difficult to follow and comprehend because the article is hard to read. The title of the article is “Managing Reputational Risks”, but a lot of the article is spent discussing the ERM framework and explaining the many figures, tables and charts included in the article. Case 3-51 1. Carl’s behavior is unethical because he is stealing personal financial information from Kilborn
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Unformatted text preview: Electronics and trying to use them as leverage. Kilborn would definitely not approve of Carls actions and if Kilborn was made aware of what Carl was doing Kilborn could file a lawsuit against Carl for theft of information. 2. Bills instincts are correct if the files were acquired without prior knowledge and consent of Kilborn. If Thomas Electronics were to hire Carl in exchange for the information it would be considered a violation of integrity. Also, there is no guarantee that Carl would not do the same thing to Thomas Electronics if they were to hire Carl. This situation could be viewed by some as insider trading information. If Thomas Electronics hired Carl and then started outbidding Kilborn by using their internal company financial data against them, Kilborn could potentially go out of business. When the situation was discovered, Kilborn could sue Thomas Electronics for damages....
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