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Topic: Crisis Management
Crisis management is the process by which an organization deals with a disruptive and unexpected event that threatens to harm the organization, its stakeholders, or the general public.
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Governance Leadership Centre
How the C-suite sees risk: what boards should know
14 June 2017
A recent international survey of C-suite and senior business leaders on the most pressing current and future risks to business could help align important risk conversations between board and managemen...
Agenda - Lessons in crisis management
1 May 2017
In a high-profile United Airlines incident in April, a passenger was forcibly removed from the flight to accommodate a member of the airline’s flight crew. The resulting – and instant – public backlas...
4 things that can make or break your organisation’s reputation
27 April 2017
Reputation is everything – even Warren Buffet thinks so. This month, in partnership with the Trans-Tasman Business Circle, the AICD invited a group of directors from Australia’s financial, insurance a...
Board and management
3 leading directors tackle disruption, CEO scandals and crises
12 April 2017
At a recent AICD lunch in Melbourne, three leading directors, in conversation with Alan Kohler, tackled the big challenges facing Australian boards. GUD Holdings director and Patties Foods Chairman Ma...
State of corporate governance in India
12 April 2017 | Praveen Gupta MAICD
In the wake of recent governance controversies at two of India’s largest companies, Praveen Gupta MAICD explains what went wrong, the implications for the business community and why corporate governan...
The 5 steps boards should take to deal with crises
25 January 2017
There may be no greater test of a board than how it deals with a crisis. The nerves, emotional responses and judgment of the directors are all tested in a time-critical situation. Mark Carrick GAICD o...