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How does a Corporation digitally transform their organizations to compete in a reputation based - friction-free economy in a post-pandemic world? International expert, Leesa Soulodre argues, that in order to thrive, it is not only about updating your corporate cultures and mindset, but also about upgrading your business model, strategic thinking, frameworks, and practitioner toolkits.
"Surviving and Thriving in a Friction-Free Economy" is the first book in the series "Reputation Risk in an Asian Century" that shares untold stories from across the Asia Pacific, to show how any company can disrupt their own corporate playbook, to secure and protect their licenses to operate, and capitalise on the innovation opportunities of the platform and digital economy.
Soulodre and her experts outline 8 thought-provoking headline case studies that personify our times. The cases address corporate issues related to physical security in times of societal unrest, cyber risk governance, infectious diseases, M&A, culture, piracy, recalls, and brandjacking in complex global supply chains, and the innovation risks that come with our digital transformations.
In this book you will learn: 1. The mental models needed for your company to disrupt its own risk playbook, 2. How you can secure and protect your licenses to operate, for effective reputation management, and 3. How you can capitalize on the innovation opportunities of the platform and digital economy.
The narratives highlight how Boards, Investors, and their Companies, are navigating a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous corporate landscape. Leesa includes analysis and recommendations from world-leading experts including Phil Dickie, Dr Herbert Heitmann, Sara Gori, John McGuire, Pierre Noel, Danielle Tichner, Terence Yap, Clare Markham, Henry Wong, and Peter Hlavnicka. Through sharing their stories, highlight the challenges in managing both quantifiable and intangible risks across a global footprint.
This is an indispensable guide for executives looking to take their firms to the next stage of profitable growth, and who aspire to thrive, not only survive in an Asian Century.
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No doubt it has taken you decades to be able to operate at the top of your game - years of hard work, continuing education, sleepless nights, and lessons learned. Constantly having to tap into the joys of those wins and feelings that your contributions had made the difference to the risks averted / or the opportunities acquired.
What if you could have acquired the mental models that allowed you to break things down at lightning speed, synthesise and articulate them for improved outcomes. How could you have structured your team's decision making and performance differently for those specific reputation risk scenarios?
Reputation Risks in an Asian Century has been designed as a
5-continent series that explores 8 case studies in each region.
Expert world renown reputation risk management leaders have been selected to tell their stories of how they managed, mitigated and/or exploited key risks and opportunities to their nations, sectors, companies and people so that you too can execute smarter, with greater confidence, and with improved outcomes.
Each book has been crafted as a contribution to legacy - to capture and hand down the stories that we tell to one another behind closed doors, from mentor to mentee.
The lessons learned and the best practice know how garnered only from decades of mastery of one's risk discipline are delivered in a "Take Back to Work Toolkit" that can be accessed on the fly from any mobile device.
Pre Purchase your book, seminar pack or conference, and become a member of the Reputation Risk Leaders Network (RRLN) today. RRLN is your elite networked community of reputation risk management practitioners operating around the world.
Together we are curating and sharing an invaluable collection of resources designed to support you in the field, where it matters most.
As a Xennial, born with an analog childhood, and digital adulthood, Leesa Soulodre is a serial entrepreneur and venture capitalist who has invested her lifetime consulting on the frontiers of enterprise risk management, digital transformation and innovation.
Leesa has served more than 400+ multinationals, Board Members, and a plethora of start-ups in 19 sectors across Europe, the Asia-Pacific, and the Americas.
Leesa has served as an Adjunct Faculty in higher education for more than a decade in Europe and Asia, where she is known for her education of Governments, Corporates and Post Graduates on Futures in a Smart Nation, Masters vs Robots, Digital Transformation, Digital Culture, and Reengineering for Customer Experience.
The first book "Surviving and Thriving in a Friction Free Economy" in the series "Reputation Risks in an Asian Century"features expert commentary, cases and insights from trusted expert practitioners in disciplines of reputation risk management from across the region.
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Walkley award-winning Author of the Road to Fitzgerald and beyond. Former WWF, Melaleuca Media, Queensland Criminal Justice Commission, News Corporation.
Former CISO / CPO Huawei; CSO Microsoft, CEO, Trusecure.
Venture Partner, R3i Ventures; CEO, W-Source; Founder & Chairman, HK Israel Trade Association; Former CMO Space Pharma; RideOn.
Chairman, Guardforce AI Group
Former Brand and Communications Director Bayer, SAP, Royal Dutch Shell; Association of Communications Directors
Senior Advisor and Venture Partner, R3i Ventures, Former Managing Partner Garage Tech Ventures, Diamond Tech Ventures, Chairman of the American Chinese Software Professionals Association.
IP and Brand Protection Leader at Dolby, Fitbit, Nortel, SunPower, Blackberry, MHL
Cofounder and COO, Startup Token.
Group Reputation Risk, AXA Group; AXA Equitable; Mony Group.
Leesa Soulodre and her experts are dynamic corporate speakers known for their ability to inspire audiences with cutting-edge examples from around the world. As a Keynote, Speaker and Moderator, they have presented at major financial, technology, and business conferences internationally.
Clients describe the Author as a powerful catalyst for inspiring critical thinking and innovation.
“Stakeholders of our companies, our investors, governments, regulators, and shareholders are demanding higher integrity, ethical behaviours and conduct in the pursuit of business excellence. This is because some of the causal factors behind repeated large corporate failures are in reputation risk and more specifically, corporate governance lapses. Purpose, trust, integrity and peace of mind are hallmark characteristics of well-run companies. The role of reputation risk management, corporate governance and how Board and Management interact is an active topic at many Institute of Directors’ forums. I have found that Leesa’s views and perspectives on this topic can be invaluable.”
- Janson Yap, Regional Managing Partner and Cognitive Analytics Solutions Centre Leader at Deloitte Southeast Asia.
"As a panelist at the ASEAN Regulatory Summit in Singapore, Leesa was one of the standout experts on the speaker faculty. She gave an engaging and knowledgeable contribution to the subject of reputation damage from cybercrime and was certainly one of the key reasons the event was so well thought of. Given the chance, I would certainly add Leesa to future agendas, and would highly recommend her as a speaker of the highest caliber.”
- Colin Carter, Head of Summits and Event Relationships Finance & Risk, Thomson Reuters / Refinitiv
"Leesa is an exceptional speaker with outstanding knowledge and track record of achievements, but first and foremost one of the most powerful women I have ever met in my life. She demonstrates a deep understanding of all aspects of the Digital World. Therefore, we make it a priority and see it as an honour for our entire Digital University team, that she is with us on every edition of our Masters&Robots conferences. She gives an engaging and knowledgeable contribution to the subject of cutting edge technologies and digital transformation. She’s not only an engaging Keynote speaker but also a highly valued educator to our Corporate community. I can truly call her a highlight of the conference and I am delighted that she can share her knowledge and global experience with our many audiences."
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