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reputation

Graduate education The level of prestige of an institution or residency program. See High-power institution, Residency.
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Reputation Institute's RepTrak methodology helps global companies unlock the power of their reputations for competitive advantage.
An untapped opportunity to differentiate against the market's peers and build a sustainable competitive edge is, therefore, the company's reputation capital.
To celebrate the launch, Reputation Upgrade is offering a "Free Online Reputation Management Analysis Report" to all who request it - the report will provide information about a company's or an individual's current online reputation rating.
This paper introduces a reputation scheme for ad hoc networks (Dewan, P, P.
The general public gave positive reputation ratings to other industries, including:
In comparison, a greater percentage of the general public give positive reputation ratings to other industries, including:
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.
In the opening chapter, Carroll offers the rationale for studying corporate reputation from multiple communication perspectives and describes a communication-based definition of the concept.
The power of reputation can be seen in the comparison between Armstrong and Rodriguez and Ruiz.
However, despite the increasing attention to the topic in the last decade, there are still various unresolved issues related to theory development and empirical evidence on the relation between reputation and performance.