February 2015, Vol. 242, No. 2

Features

Stakeholder Engagement In Age Of Radical Transparency

We live in an age of radical transparency, bringing with it significant challenges for energy companies in trying to engage constructively with stakeholders. Are there radical solutions to this challenge? In the Internet age, large and complex organizations have been left with nowhere to hide. Privacy is almost extinct with the ability of people to source, investigate and share information quickly and easily. From WikiLeaks to leaked internal corporate memos to viral video scandals, there are many examples of the reduced ability to control the flow of information. There is an appetite for information, and an army of bloggers, journalists and activists willing to search for and s

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