50 AUTOPSIES OF CRISES. WHY HANDLING THE PROBLEM KILLS MORE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF

50 AUTOPSIAS DE CRISIS. ¿POR QUÉ EL MANEJO MATA MÁS QUE EL PROBLEMA?

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50 AUTOPSIES OF CRISES. WHY HANDLING THE PROBLEM KILLS MORE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF

50 AUTOPSIAS DE CRISIS. ¿POR QUÉ EL MANEJO MATA MÁS QUE EL PROBLEMA?

Fifty cases of crises examined meticulously, from fatal accidents, ecological disasters, food contamination, service collapse, and fraud accusations to computer attacks, citizen protests, adverse press, hostile networks, and regulatory threats. A wide and varied repertoire of situations that people and top officers faced in the real world, from which—in some cases—they arose successful and in others they just didn’t. 50 autopsias de crisis is an indispensable book for those who hold positions of maximum responsibility in organizations, be they managers or top officers, since they will be the ones called to finally decide what to do and what to say in a crisis. This is also true for their own teams, be they operations, logistics, administration, communications, human resources, legal, or security. In the end, the shock wave will reach them all. . .and they will be required to synchronize their greatest efforts to neutralize it. 

  • 50 AUTOPSIES OF CRISES. WHY HANDLING THE PROBLEM KILLS MORE THAN THE PROBLEM ITSELF
  • Paul Remy Oyague
  • Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas
  • Available Worldwide, excluding Peru
  • Spanish
  • Printed, Electronic
    • 978-612-318-146-8
  • Yes
    • Lía Castillo Meneses
    • lia.castillo@upc.pe
    • +51 (1) 610–5469