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Some boards of directors and executive leadership teams are not able to deal with crisis effectively! Learn why?
We seem to forget things that don’t interest us or are no longer useful. The problem, however, is that in the process of forgetting, our brain often purges important information. » Read More
Some of the biggest mistakes made when handling a crisis are not dealing with the problem head on, thoughtless or insincere comments, lack of communication with stakeholders, unprepared spokespeople, getting defensive after receiving backlash, or, sitting back and letting the problem grow. Domino’s, Sony, Samsung, BP, United Airlines, Equifax, KFC, are all good examples of companies who stumbled with crisis management. Organizations should study these crises and learn from the mistakes!
Jun 18, 2019 – Baker Tilly Over the last several months, the American Institute of CPAs (“AICPA”) has issued three new practice aids that provide relevant technical » Read More
Overview The House has passed a bill to reverse the impact of the Digital Realty Trust Supreme Court » Read More
Overview – Fraud vs. Groundbreaking Science Elizabeth Holmes (“Holmes”) founded Theranos in 2003 at 19 years old and dropped out of Stanford University to run the company. She marketed a » Read More
Caremark, Compliance, and Caution! Read why having active and engaged board oversight in the areas of risk and compliance is a must!