Monthly Archives: September 2015

Survey of corporate imperatives shows people demand integrity, so prepare now

The siren song of crisis management is to train for and establish a crisis plan before a crisis hits. Any crisis manager will tell you that for every call he or she receives from a client who wants to create … Continue reading

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VWell handled, Volkswagen owns up to its mistakes and takes responsibility

Volkswagen has a smelly mess — and that’s not just its diesel exhaust — reporters already christened “Dieselgate.” Jalopnik reported that Volkswagen and Audi face a maximum fine of $18 billion, including the possibility of pending criminal charges and being subject to Congressional … Continue reading

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Hillary Clinton apologizes, her credibility dashed, 200 days after she should have

Hillary Clinton said she’s sorry. You know, for that email thing. Finally. Twenty-eight weeks after she should have. A March 2, 2015 New York Times article broke the story that Clinton had used her own private email server rather than … Continue reading

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Coverup always worse than the crime — as Patriots and NFL now experiencing

ESPN today published a dramatic, if not surprising, chronicle of New England Patriots’ organized cheating over the last 10 years and the NFL’s efforts, in the person of Commissioner Roger Goodell, to cover it up. Interviews by ESPN The Magazine and … Continue reading

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