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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » DAILY CHRONICLE™ » LMD’s ‘Most Respected’ rankings released

LMD’s ‘Most Respected’ rankings released

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sriranga

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LMD’s ‘Most Respected’ rankings released 2012-m10
SURVEY METHODOLOGY
The nuts and bolts of the Most Respected survey

SCOPE OF SURVEY Commissioned and conceptualised by LMD, and conducted by Nielsen, the survey was designed to rank the Most Respected entities in Sri Lanka, based on opinions expressed by respondents – and to find out why they are perceived as being the ‘most respected.’

The survey covered a sample of 800 working people consisting of 700 executives and above from the private sector and 100 senior officials from the state sector. A random sample was selected so as to best represent the mix of entities operating in Sri Lanka. Interviews were conducted in March and April 2012 via telephone. Telephone interviews were deemed to be the most effective, given the busy work schedules of respondents – and to this end, the questionnaire was designed with simplicity and conciseness in mind.

CHANGES THIS YEAR While the total sample size, methodology, questionnaire and method of deriving the rankings were the same as in previous years, the 2012 survey differed from those conducted in previous years in terms of sample composition. In order to ensure greater represen­tation of responses of the private sector, the following changes were made to the sample composition: the sample size for multinational and listed companies was increased; and the sample of executives from state and random entities, and associations, were excluded.

It should be noted that as a result of these changes, the results of the 2012 survey cannot strictly be compared to those of previous years.

In addition, the manner of reporting the survey results has also been changed. Last year, the rankings covered the top 100 Most Respected entities. The 2012 rankings are for the top 50 entities, while the next 50 are listed in alphabetical order.

– Nielsen (Sri Lanka)
http://lmd.lk/category/lmd-network-2/most-respected/

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sriranga

sriranga
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Most Respected, 2012 the 140-page glossy special edition adds that “John Keells takes the honours among the Most Respected entities for a record sixth time. Its aggregate poll-based score this year is only slightly above its 2011 tally but significantly higher than second-placed Commercial Bank. The only other 500-plus scores are attributable to Hayleys, Unilever and Dialog Axiata.”

This year,the movers and shakers are led by People’s Bank and DFCC Bank (both up 50 places, to No. 20 and 35 respectively), Etisalat (up 38 spots, to No. 37) and NSB (36 notches higher, in 42nd place). And the most noteworthy movers on the way up in this year’s Hall of Fame (the Top 20) include Sampath Bank, HNB and Hayleys.

Forty-seven listed companies have made the cut in 2012, followed by 34 private entities,12 multinationals and seven state-owned enterprises.

John Keells, MAS, Unilever and Bank Of Ceylon lead these categories respectively. “As for sector preferences, the conglomerates and banks are among the most favoured, with nearly a fifth of the Most Respected organisations being diversified businesses,” a spokesperson for LMD, Media Services’ flagship and leading business magazine said.The Most Respected special issue will be available at leading supermarkets and bookshops across the island.
http://www.dailynews.lk/2012/08/21/bus02.asp

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sriranga

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* Retains its overall position and the No. 1 Multinational and top FMCG rank

Unilever Sri Lanka was ranked as Lanka Monthly Digest’s 4th most respected business entity in Sri Lanka for the 3rd consecutive year, affirming its strength as a multinational with deep local roots.

Unilever was the highest ranked multinational in this survey and was also the highest ranked Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) Company amongst the top 100 Corporates.

In the all important ‘quality consciousness’ category, Unilever Sri Lanka emerged as number one whilst being ranked 3rd in ‘innovation’, ‘corporate social responsibility’, ‘dynamism’, and ‘management profile’. Unilever was ranked 4th for ‘vision’, whilst its ‘corporate culture’ was ranked 5th in the survey.

The ‘Most Respected Entities in Sri Lanka’ is a survey conceptualized by Lanka Monthly Digest (LMD) – the leading business publication in the country and conducted by the AC Nielsen, which annually ranks the most respected entities in Sri Lanka.

Speaking on this achievement, Unilever Sri Lanka’s Chairman, Amal Cabraal stated, "It is truly gratifying to be once again voted among the most respected entities in the country. More so, retaining our position as the No. 1 multinational and the top ranked FMCG Company gives us much pride and joy. This is an achievement that speaks volumes about our company’s long standing links with the people of Sri Lanka, confirming that Unilever Sri Lanka is seen as a truly ‘multi-local multinational’. This is indeed just reward for Team Unilever for its untiring efforts at growing the company whilst strengthening its links with the communities we serve."
http://www.island.lk/index.php?page_cat=article-details&page=article-details&code_title=59800

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