Self-centricity and the CEO

Wood, Robert
November 2002
Brand Strategy;Nov2002, Issue 165, p32
Trade Publication
Comments on the role of chief executive officers on promoting brand consciousness. Power of executives to impact on the reputation of the brand; Identification on the types of chief executive officers; Impact of the absence of trust in executives on brands and shareholder value.


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