“Holstein has a compelling message.”
Dr. Leslie Gaines-Ross
Chief Reputation Strategist
In this book, Bill argues that two major trends have completely transformed the way that chief executive ofﬁcers have to think of communicating—the rise of shareholder activist coalitions, and the power of Internet-based communications. He contends that CEOs have to rethink the way they themselves and their entire organizations communicate. They need to shape both their message architecture and the playing ﬁeld of ideas. To do anything less, Bill says, is to let others deﬁne their company’s future.
From Harvard Business School Press
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