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EisnerAmper’s annual boardroom survey addresses social media and reputation risk, the use of Google Alerts and Talkwalker as well Twitter and Linkedin.

Addressing Social Media and Reputation Risk in the Boardroom

   

This podcast is based on EisnerAmper’s annual survey results, Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards, which examines key issues arising in today’s boardrooms. In this segment, EisnerAmper partner and New York office Technology Practice leader Steven Kreit discusses the board’s custodial role with respect to an organization’s online reputation and how it can proactively help establish and capture social media success metrics.


READ our Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards - 2016 Survey Results


Transcript

Dave Plaskow: Hello and welcome to EisnerAmper’s podcast series on Concerns About Risks Confronting Boards. This is based on EisnerAmper’s annual survey that gains insight into the issues that are top-of-mind in today’s boardroom. Today’s topic is the board’s role in managing the organization’s online reputation. I’m your host Dave Plaskow. With us today is an EisnerAmper Partner. Steve, welcome and thanks for being here.
Steve Kreit: Great to be here Dave.


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