crisis management

The former president has a warning -- and it seems to be directed at his successor.
By Germayne Graham UCF Forum columnist I was cleaning up the house one day and stumbled across a homemade Mother’s Day card
Some tips for a CEO when your company is in crisis.
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Doctoral students Doug Wilbur and Dani Myers analyzed Twitter responses to a crisis and found that seemingly unorganized or semi-organized groups may actually develop organized positions toward a company in crisis.
My colleague, John Larsen, and I have worked with dozens of Olympic sponsors on crisis preparedness and response over the last two decades. And while the Rio Olympics have focused much attention state of preparation, it is easy to forget about the extraordinary behind-the-scenes efforts around crisis and security planning.
Despite promises of transparency, VW will probably never reveal what transpired that set the company on this self-destructive path. But perhaps we can cull a cautionary ethics tale from this still unfolding scandal.
I wish that what happened recently at the Cincinnati Zoo was the rare exception. Unfortunately, in my over 30 years of experience as a crisis consultant and university researcher, it's not.
As we know, the Japanese bow in business is deeply rooted in cultural tradition. The bow represents everything from respect
The Art of Crisis Leadership elaborates on "reputation elasticity" with the examples of Starbucks, Google and Amazon and quotes wisdom from Warren Buffet. The chapter describes crisis-prone industries, consumer relationships and reputation capital.