Managing Reputation in Cyberspace
by David Phillips
Publisher: Thorogood 1999
Number of pages: 126
The Internet is driving a knowledge explosion. More knowledge has been accumulated by the Internet in the last five years than in the previous 50 years. Reputation, derived from experience and third party commendation, needs to be nurtured in order for trust to develop.
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