Reputation Matters

Riding the Tiger – International Partnerships research published

W100 members recently received the final report of this year’s annual research project on the role of reputation in international partnerships, which follows our surveys of leaders in global engagement and communications/marketing at top universities. The report is entitled Riding the Tiger, reflecting key findings that international partnerships provide great opportunities – often under-exploited at present – to build global profile; whilst also presenting a risk that they will turn around and bite you if partners suffer reputational...

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Australia Beckons – dates for 2020 conference finalised

The University of Melbourne will host the next W100 Reputation Conference between 11-13 November 2020, bringing our annual gathering to one of the world’s most enticing cities. This essential forum for university directors will look at thinking outside the ‘ordinary’, bringing together experts to share cutting-edge practice in data intelligence, reputation, and strategy, and understand how to achieve impact by being smarter.

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Brand new W100 Social Media Rankings now available

The brand new W100 Social Media Rankings are now available, providing a much more comprehensive view across a range of platforms than the previous Twitter Engagement Rank. The new ranking covers the period July to September 2019 and measures engagement with Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube amongst the social media followers of nearly 500 leading universities. The ranking is available on the W100 website; and members can contact research@theworld100.com to find out about access to the full detailed data and...

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