My phone is not your phone / Norhayati Rafida Abdul Rahim, Muhammad Nizam Awang@Ali and Norailis Ab. Wahab.

Abdul Rahim, Norhayati Rafida and Awang@Ali, Muhammad Nizam and Ab. Wahab, Norailis (2020) My phone is not your phone / Norhayati Rafida Abdul Rahim, Muhammad Nizam Awang@Ali and Norailis Ab. Wahab. ASEAN Entrepreneurship Journal (AEJ), 6 (SI). pp. 5-9. ISSN 2637-0301 (e-ISSN)

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Abstract

In this advanced era of communication technology, users connect across time and place. In the organization, mobile phones, smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and personal computers have become very important, allowing people to share and access documents easily and fast. This article is written based on the management case study approach that exhibits a multi-national company, Mondelez Malaysia Sales Sdn. Bhd. The company is a part of the Mondelēz International group of companies. Mondelēz International brings the brand that offers quality, convenience, and truly delicious taste to consumers worldwide. One of the brands is Cadbury chocolate. In 2014, Mondelez experienced social media's negative aspects concerning an anonymous report on porcine DNA, which is found on its two batches of Cadbury chocolate. Mondelez's reputation suffered, and it lost approximately RM36 Million within ten days. Later, the announcement is made by the Ministry of Health that the Cadbury chocolate is Halal and safe from any non-halal substance. This case study wishes to identify 1) the impact of social media, 2) the crisis management by Mondelez, and 3) the impacts on the reputation that the department of corporate communication has to deal with. This case study suggests that there should embody efficiency, sensitivity, the psychology of communication, emotions, and ethics of communication. Simultaneously, the stakeholders, corporate governance, and standard operating procedures must be in place.

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Item Type: Article
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Abdul Rahim, Norhayati Rafida
norhayati@usim.edu.my
Awang@Ali, Muhammad Nizam
mnizam@usim.edu.my
Ab. Wahab, Norailis
norailis@usim.edu.my
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HE Transportation and Communications > Telecommunication industry. Telegraph
H Social Sciences > HE Transportation and Communications > Cell phone services industry. Wireless telephone industry
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Malaysian Academy of SME and Entrepreneurship Development (MASMED)
Journal or Publication Title: ASEAN Entrepreneurship Journal (AEJ)
UiTM Journal Collections: UiTM Journal > ASEAN Entrepreneurship Journal (AEJ)
ISSN: 2637-0301 (e-ISSN)
Volume: 6
Number: SI
Page Range: pp. 5-9
Item ID: 44049
Uncontrolled Keywords: Reputation, Social media, Communication
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/44049

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