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reputation

Graduate education The level of prestige of an institution or residency program. See High-power institution, Residency.

reputation,

n a person's credit, honor, and character; esteem in which one is held.
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It is more difficult to establish a good reputation than it is to establish a negative reputation.
This paper introduces a reputation scheme for ad hoc networks (Dewan, P, P.
Of course, it isn't just shifting consumer preferences or systemic problems that threaten corporate reputation.
Being able to create, develop and maintain a good reputation has become a central concern for both scholars and organizations, whether for-profit or not-for-profit.
The book, Corporate Reputation Decoded: Building, Managing and strategizing for corporate excellence by Asha Kaul and Avani Desai, intricate the complex process of building a corporate reputation in a comprehensive framework.
Blatant things like that have the ability to quickly reduce your reputation score.
Recover Reputation explains how an online reputation could be effected.
This is the fourth year of the most in-depth survey of corporate reputations in Ireland.
com's patented scoring technology to obtain their reputation scores, which show how a business measures up against local and national competitors in the eyes of their customers.
Not only is current theory still being developed regarding how a reputation is formed (e.
Now, you can become an expert on reputation management within your organization.
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