SUSTAINABLE PERFORMANCE OF PLAYERS IN THE GLOBAL AVIATION INDUSTRY IN THE LIGHT OF MULTI-FACTOR ANALYSIS OF ONLINE REPUTATION
Reference: Nastisin, L., Gavurova, B., Bacik, R., Svetozarovova, N. & Fedorko, R. (2021). Sustainable performance of players in the global aviation industry in the light of multi-factor analysis of online reputation. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, 9(1), 1-9. doi: 10.37335/ijek.v9i1.130
Keywords:Online reputation, Aviation industry, Sustainable performance, Multi-factor analysis
The issue of reputation management in terms of increasing sustainable performance and competitiveness is rapidly developing and undoubtedly is the most important tool in the business area. The study analyzes the reputation of 10 companies with the largest share in the aviation market that were selected on the basis of one of the most widely-used measures of airline size - passenger-kilometer (RPKs) as presented by the International Air Transport Association. The aim is to point out online reputation tools and present ways to improve the performance and competitiveness of analyzed subjects by managing several digital metrics that create this reputation. For this purpose, was applied a modified multi-factor analysis of the overall online reputation sentiment. The research results provide business units with reasonable evidence to proactively implement and invest in reputation management approach because such approach should have a positive impact on their sustainable performance dimensions and further enhance strategic competitiveness.
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