Im always interested in reading CEO’s blogs. Typically, a CEO of a large corporation is someone who is hidden behind a myriad of cronies and someone with whom a normal person had no hopes of making contact. But a blog can change this as you well know.
Anyway, I hopped over to Tom Glocers Blog (the CEO of Reuters) to see what he’s up to.The blog is ok, but I guess thats to be expected, but what I didn’t like is the “anonymous comment section has been disabled” warning, especially when Toms bio reads: “My real aim is to engage in an electronic dialog with whomever wants to comment on a post or otherwise share their views.”
How can you say this and still monitor people who want to comment? I bet the comments are even reviewed before they are posted. These people must understand that by having a blog you are going to have to open yourself up to criticism in some way, shape or form, in order to have effective communication.If youre going to do it, do it properly.